Towards reinstating the Temple service as Sanhedrin Appoints High Priest

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Sanhedrin Appoints High Priest in Preparation for Third Temple Tom Steele Alan N Carla Smith

Rabbi Baruch Kahane, shown here offering the Omer (barley) sacrifice to God in the heart of the Old City of Jerusalem, has been appointed as High Priest by the nascent Sanhedrin. (Photo: Abba Richman)

A significant step was recently taken towards reinstating the Temple service when the nascent Sanhedrin selected Rabbi Baruch Kahane as the next Kohen Gadol (high priest). The selection was made as a precaution for Yom Kippur. If the political conditions should change, allowing the Jews access to the Temple Mount, they will be required by Torah law to bring the sacrifices. Rabbi Kahane is confident that if that should happen, Temple service could begin in less than one week.

A significant step was taken towards reinstating the Temple service when the nascent Sanhedrin selected Rabbi Baruch Kahane as the next High Priest.

7 Comments

  • Reply December 30, 2016

    Dan Irving

    Certainly not a good sign.

  • Reply December 30, 2016

    Varnel Watson

    Meaning the end is near or are you concern with the temple itself?

  • Reply December 30, 2016

    Dan Irving

    Both

  • Reply December 31, 2016

    Varnel Watson

    Interesting. The apocalyptic conflict will be at the Temple

  • Reply December 31, 2016

    Dan Irving

    Paul writes the man of sin will “sit in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God.” (II Thes 2:4). However, I can’t accept that a rebuilt literal temple would be the “temple of God” to which Paul refers (but rather a delusion for the world,) as the Gospel revealed the body of Christ to be God’s true temple. Thus I have regarded Paul as speaking of a future Judas in the midst of the Church who will summon God’s wrath via apostasy. On the other hand, literal events do sometimes seem to parallel what is happening in spiritual affairs.

  • Reply December 31, 2016

    Cor Leonis Johnson

    1 Corinthians 14:28 But if there be no interpreter, …let him speak to himself, and to God.

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