The Role and Function of the Jewish Temple Police in the New Testament

The Jewish temple police, agents of the religious authorities in the New Testament, played significant roles in key events such as Jesus' arrest. Their responsibility ranged from maintaining order and enforcing Jewish Law to arresting perceived threats to the religious establishment. Understanding their roles provides deep insights into the tension between the religious authorities and the early Christian movement, and enhances understanding of socio-religious dynamics of biblical history.

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