Thideology Research Team: Case File 003

Jerusalem, ISRAEL — Today the Thideology Research Team announced that the Temple Institute in Jerusalem recently announced the completion of the Tzitz, the golden headplate worn by the High Priest in the Temple. It took craftsmen at the Temple Institute more than a year to fashion the piece which is part of a series of ornamental reconstructions being made in preparation for an eventual rebuilding of the Temple.

As usual, the Thideology Research Team scholars had absolutely nothing to do with the reconstruction of the Tzitz nor in the initial reporting of the story. They considered writing a piece on the biblical prophecies regarding the rebuilding of the Temple but decided against it as such a report would require some “pretty hefty reading” and “serious note taking.”

One Research Team Senior Fellow commented, “In the end it seemed like a lot of work to us.” However, he did insist on publishing this entry at thideology.com as a means of sharing the news because all of the Research Team members were unanimous in their assessment that the story “was neat.”

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About Chip
Chip is a graduate of Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, AR and Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Memphis, TN. He served more than five years on the staff of the State Convention of Baptists in Indiana as Director of Communications and Public Relations, editor of the Indiana Baptist newsjournal, and regular contributor to the Baptist Press, the official news service of the Southern Baptist Convention. He currently earns his living as a writer. He serves his local church as a teacher and deacon and his local Baptist Association as a Seminary Extension instructor and supply preacher.

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