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Julius Scott describes Herod at his death: 44 Ibid, Herod Antipas was ever as much as ambitious as his father. Also like his father, he was prone to sexual immorality. He entered into incest with the wife of his brother, Philip, prompting condemnation by John the Baptist.

Caesar Augustus was responsible for the time of domestic and limited international peace and unity that were the result of a comprehensive policy of maintaining a balance of peace throughout the Roman 50 J. Kindle Edition. Nothing is further from the truth. However, it was the philosophy of government with the goal of peace and cooperation for the good of the empire. Anything, or anyone, that threatened the peace was subject to extreme scrutiny.

Due to the protracted stability of the Roman world, Christianity was able to spread rapidly from region to region. The geo-political climate of the day allowed people to travel from Jerusalem to all the corners of the Roman Empire. These texts written by Apostles and other early church fathers were copied and circulated throughout Christendom, culminating in the fourth century AD in the approved Canon of Scripture.

However, from the 55 K stenberger, Kellum, and Quarles, Conclusion The purpose of this discourse was to provide a brief history of the Second Temple Period, beginning with Alexander the Great and concluding with the sons of Herod Antipas. This paper also described various factors that impacted the Jews and the Holy Land leading up to and including the time of Christ. Although not as easily predicted, the dispersion of the Jews provided the lines of communication from Judea to Samaria and the rest of the known world that would carry the Gospel to the outer limits of the empire.

Under Ptolemaic rule, Jewish writers translated Old Testament into the Septuagint which tied the Diaspora together and provided a mechanism that would be used to spread the Gospel. The brutal Seleucid period continued to push the Jews further away from the Holy Land and increased the Diaspora. It also reinforced the religious convictions of Jews and led to Maccabean Revolt. December 6, Coogan, Michael D.

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Russell, D. The Jews from Alexander to Herod. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, Scott, J. Julius, and Jr. Jewish Backgrounds of the New Testament. Surburg, Raymond. Introduction to the Intertestamental Period. Louis, London: Concordia Publishing House, Related Papers. Second Temple Period Paper. By Joyce E Gerald. Second Temple Period. By Kelly Bradicich. Hugo Meynell Calgary, Canada Search for more papers by this author.

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