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JLB

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The statement was made by you "when the temple ended" in answer to a question... Where is you scriptural support for your answer?
This is nothing more then then you request of other posters...
The sacrifices ended when the Temple was destroyed.

There is no "date" given in the Bible as when the Temple was destroyed.

If we go by What historians say it was 70 AD.

Jesus was 30 when He began His ministry, which puts His time of death around the age of 33..

Historians tell us He was crucified sometime around 33 AD.

That amounts to some 37 years give or take, after Jesus was crucified that the Temple was destroyed and sacrifices stopped in the Temple.


Hope this helps with whatever it is you are looking for.

Again, if you looking for a date in the scriptures, there are none.


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