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Answered 2010-09-06 22:29:11

When the Jews are worthy of it!

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Answered 2016-09-25 18:48:40

When God decides that the time has come.

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No - it was quite a bit earlier than that, between 970-930 BCE for the First Temple (and 537-516 for the Second Temple). Jews believe that the Third Temple will be built at some time in the future.


The third and the fourth templeThe third temple is built, and tared apart. Moses built the tabernacle.Solomon built the first temple.Ezra built the second temple.Herod (!) built the third temple.Herods temple where destroyed during the Jewish war at ad 68-70.The fourth temple is not yet started to build upon because there is a Muslim shrine there now. So before the fourth temple could be built (on the original spot) the Muslim shrine must be moved.


it hasn't been built yet, unfortunately.


Israel does not want to build the Third Temple and actively discourages Jewish activities on the Temple Mount. They do this both because the official Rabbinical stance in Israel is that only the Messiah can build the Third Temple and to avoid violence and rioting from the Arab Muslim population which sees the Temple Mount site as the third holiest site in Islam. There are some Jews in Israel who want to build a Third Temple to restore Judaism to the status it was 2000 years ago with animal sacrifices and a closer relatonship to God. None of these groups, though, has actual plans to rebuild the Third Temple; it's more that they think about it on occasion. And they do not have the endorsement of any serious or sizable Rabbinical authority.


The Third Temple will not be built until hamoshiach is born and no one know when that will happen. At this time, Israeli law forbids any attempt to construct a Temple on the Temple Mount.


The Third Temple won't be built until after hamoshiach is born and no one knows when that will happen. However, there was only one Temple built by Solomon and there will never be another as Solomon is not alive.


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The Third Temple has not yet been built. The Jews are waiting for the proper time (and in some sects the Messiah) to build it. The current political and on-the-ground situation makes it impossible for Jews to actively consider building it because of the Dome of the Rock.


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Judaism's most important building was the Holy Temple, located on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. It was built twice and destroyed twice. The First Temple (Bayit Rishon) was built by Solomon and destroyed by the Babylonians. The Second Temple (Bayit Sheni) was built by Ezra and Nechemia and Zerubavel and enhanced by Herod, and destroyed by the Romans. Nowadays, until the Third Temple will be built, Judaism's most important buildings are the synagogues and study halls.


The third king of Israel was king Solomon.


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The Temple Mount has been occupied and controlled by the State of Israel since the 1967 war. Both the State of Israel and the Government of Palestine claim ownership of the Temple Mount. Since there are two mosques on the site, The Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa Mosque, both built about 1300 years ago, it is considered the third most holy site by Moslems. The Temple Mount has been managed by a special Islamic council called a Wakf since 1187 and that continues today. Everyone is allowed to go to the Temple Mount regardless of their religion. Some Orthodox Jews believe that people should not go there.


Hitler wanted land for his Third Reich. His Third Reich was supposed to last for a thousand years. If so, you wouldn't have asked this question and I wouldn't have answerd it.


Jerusalem is the centre of Judaism. It is where the first and second Temples stood and where, one day, the third Temple will be built.


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Twice - the building of the original Temple, which was later destroyed, and the builiding of the Second Temple which was also later destroyed. Religious Jews believe that, in the future, a Third Temple will be built.


The Temple Mount is there, it's the Third Temple that would potentially be built. However, it is not currently possible to rebuild, because the 3rd holiest site in Islam (the Dome of the Rock) is located on that spot. Furthermore, many Orthodox Jews believe that the Temple cannot be rebuilt until the messiah comes. Additionally, it is against Israeli law to make any attempt to start building the Third Temple.


He was a wise and famous king is reals third king, he wrote three books in the old testament, he built the magnificent temple.


Thutmose the third designed hatshepsut temple


Based on the way this question is phrased, it is unclear if the asker is looking for a discussion of the First Temple built by Solomon, the Second Temple built by Zerubbabel and Ezra, or the Third Temple as discussed by the Rabbis, but never actually constructed. As a result, this answer will discuss a little bit about each. In general, the Temple in Jerusalem is important as it allows the Jews to perform 200 additional Mitzvot (Commandments) concerning sacrifices and sacrificial procedure. The Temple serves as a unifying symbol of Jewish Identity as well as a place of religious practice. When it existed, it occupied what Jews believe to be the holiest ground in all the Earth and allowed a much closer Divine-Human interaction. 1) First Temple: Solomon's Temple was the first time that the Jewish people had a permanent home to worship God. It allowed the Tabernacle to be put into retirement and made all of Israel united in a way that the country had not been before King Saul and really had not become until Davidic Times. It also demonstrated the wealth and power of Israel both in Allies (much of the wood was Lebanese Cedar given by King Hiram of the Phoenicians) and Territory (stone was quarried all over Israel for the Temple). The building was physically awe-inspiring. 2) Second Temple: The Second Temple was important because it represented the Return of Jews to the Holy Land after 70 Years of Exile. It marked a turning point in the Jewish experience because it showed that even when not living in the Land of Israel and not growing up in the Land Israel, Jews still had a connection to the land. Once again, it served to unite the Jewish community and provide a place for the High Priests to begin performing the Mitzvot once more. 3) Third Temple: Different rabbis argue different things about the Third Temple, but most claim that its construction will coincide with the arrival of the long-sought-after Messiah. It will also fundamentally change Judaism from the current religion it is, back to a religion with sacrifices and the ability for Jews to properly atone for their sins and impurities.


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