By Edward Sherwood Meade
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Their aim was to gain freedom from foreign domination, taxes, and even from sacrifices and prayer on behalf of the Roman emperor. Israel's most holy shrine, standing since the return from Babylonian bondage over six hundred years before, was reduced to ashes and rubble in a few short hours. There was the warcry of the Roman Legions as they converged; the yells of the partisans encircled with fire and sword; the panic flight into the arms of the enemy of the people cut off above; their shrieks, as the end approached (War 6:277; [Williamson]).
E. As Josephus puts it, "they were ready to die rather than transgress the Law" (War 2:174). Gerizim. In John, Pilate's role in the affair is open to interpretation (John 18:28—19:16). Although Matthew, Luke, and John refashion the Pilate episode to serve later theological interests, there is no question in these three accounts that Pilate actively participated in the trial and that Jesus met his death at the hands of the procurator's guard. But the trial of Jesus before Pilate reflects the nervousness of the Romans about resistance movements.
A part of the hymn is sufficient to illustrate the importance of the scribe to preChristian Judaism: he [the scribe] who devotes himself to the study of the law of the Most High will seek out the wisdom of the ancients, and will be concerned with the prophecies; he will preserve the discourse of notable men and penetrate the subtleties of parables; he will seek out the hidden meanings of proverbs and be at home with the obscurities of parables. He will serve among great men and appear before rulers; he will travel through the lands of foreign nations, for he tests the good and the evil among men.
The Story of Gold by Edward Sherwood Meade