Weird-- The NY Times calls for a bigger military:=========Editorial The Army We Need E-Mail Print Save Published: November 19, 2006One welcome dividend of Donald Rumsfeld? And when circumstances in Afghanistan and Iraq called for just the things Mr. t like, he refused to adapt, letting the Army, and American interests, pay the price for his arrogance. Of scientific interest here:a) the lack of immediate effect of the stabs to the kidney region on one of the PTs;b) the failure to see the knife in the hand-- this is something that is well-established in the literature as being quite common, but here we see it in actionc) the obliviousness of many by-standers. that politicians should not send American troops to fight a war of choice unless they went in with overwhelming force, a clearly defined purpose and strong domestic backing. t like the Clintonian notion of using the United States military to secure and rebuild broken states.I'm not familiar with the book nor its author to whom you refer but I do know the third temple is the body of Christ--not made with hands. He is ,according to the article , a religious scholar and an archaeologist.As for the testimony of Josephus, I find his far more credible than I do that of his myriad critics. Daniel The author whom I was referring to is Ernest L. The web page where the article is posted that I read is located at It is nice to have a clarification on the date of Herods death.There are far to many theories on the discrepancies between the various narratives of the birth of christ.
I can see you've put considerable effort into your research, and it's obviously a "hot-button" issue with many of us... Edomitic king Herod I "the Great" died after Josephus' lunar eclipse "..with the of the ed rabbis" Saturday, January 10, 1 BC, but not 4 BC, the traditionally supposed year of Herod's death based primarily on a couple of passages from the historian Josephus' writings and coins antedating to 3 & 4 BC (ad unwarranted presumptions) which "support" this inaccurate dating for Herod's death -- which inaccuracy survives to this day among the orthodox academia.In the law of some countries, hate speech is described as speech, gesture or conduct, writing, or display which is forbidden because it incites violence or prejudicial action against or by a protected group, or individual on the basis of their membership of the group, or because it disparages or intimidates a protected group, or individual on the basis of their membership of the group.The law may identify a protected group by certain characteristics.On May 31, 2016, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Twitter, jointly agreed to a European Union code of conduct obligating them to review "[the] majority of valid notifications for removal of illegal hate speech" posted on their services within 24 hours.Following a campaign which involved the participation of Women, Action and the Media, the Everyday Sexism Project and the activist Soraya Chemaly, who were among 100 advocacy groups, Facebook agreed to update its policy on hate speech.One question I have may not be on topic but concerns the account by Josephus of the destruction of Jeruselam by the Romans .