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How did Judaism manage to survive after the destruction of the Jesusalem Temple?
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>>6624188
it was the triumph of their will, ironically.
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>>6624188
The religion is designed to preserve the tribe and their tribal mentality, Mr Hitler dubs.
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Most of them still lived in Persia
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>>6624188
The Pharisee sect, which became the basis for Rabbinic Judaism already saw the Temple as illegitimate, so its destruction only strengthened their position.
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>>6624188
Because while it was important, the Temple was hardly critical to Jewish religious practice, and hadn't been for some time. Ever since the Maccabean revolt, you had a cold religious war between the temple priests on one hand, and the sages/ rabbis/learned people on the other, sparked over the passing of the throne to a priestly family.

And unlike in say, Christianity, to be a "Kohen", a Jewish priest, the only thing you really need is to be the legitimate son of another priest. They aren't caretakers of knowledge or rituals beyond the ones to bring up the animal sacrifices. That was a completely different body of people who held the corpus of religious lore. And because of the travel times and risks in the ancient Mediterranean, it was very difficult for a sacrifice based group which could only do its rituals at one specific location to dominate religious life outside of the area immediately around Jerusalem itself, and out in the hinterlands, it was the Pharisees and their people who were the dominant political and religious forces by the time of the big revolt.

So when the Temple was burned and the Kohanim scattered or killed, the rabbis just picked up as they were and went onward, simple as that.
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>>6624188
LARPers. Also, nice digits, who wouldve thought
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>>6624361
What are modern Jewish feelings about the Romans?
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Cyrus paid for the 2nd Temple.
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>>6624440
they’re based and we stan
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>>6624440
There are no Romans left anymore so who the heck cares.
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Hundreds of thousands of jews already lived outside Palestine/Judea even before the revolts, they technically had the protection of the Roman Empire as long as they didn't revolt they didn't even have to sacrifice to pagan gods like everyone else did as long as they paid a specific tax.
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>>6624188
Cyrus allowed the Jews to return to Jerusalem and paid for the Second Temple himself. If he didn't do that, there's a really good chance that Judaism would've died out.
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>>6624353
But they also lost the Ark of the Covenant and never got their messiah.
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>>6625322
seco'f temple wasade by herod
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Khazars
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>>6627083
you wanna try that one again?
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>>6627250
the second temple was built by herod the great
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It didn't. God instructed them to sacrifice at that temple and now they can't so Judaism doesn't exist.
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>>6627593
So what religion do Jews have now if not Judaism?
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>>6628116
money
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>>6628116
talmudism and holocaustism more recently
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>>6628185
>>6628128
>>6628116
Jewish identity if negative. The Jewish peoples identity is the murderes of God.
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>>6624188
Jew here, it didn't.

What survived is not Judaism. Modern Judaism is Golem-Worship. Golemism. Just like modern Christianity is just "Churchianity."
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>>6624440
We fed them to the Muslims.



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