cleansing of the temple

cleansing of the temple

sacrilegious money-changers driven out of temple by Christ. [N.T.: Matthew, 21:12–13; Mark, 11:15–18]
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Asian sees Jesus' cleansing of the Temple as the act of a devout guerrilla-leader.
These divergent beliefs on the nature of private property are best illustrated through their juxtaposition with each side's position regarding one of the more controversial tensions within Christian anarchist thought: Christ's call for pacifism on the one hand, and His cleansing of the temple on the other.
Is he referring to Our Lord''s cleansing of the temple or His saying how hard it will be for those with riches to enter the Kingdom of God?
Even Jesus used a little violence in the cleansing of the temple.
Holy Monday commemorates his cleansing of the temple and some believe this triggered his arrest and crucifixion.
The steel and bronze sculpture, Cleansing Of The Temple, depicts an angry Jesus driving the moneylenders from the temple.
A particular success has been in bringing together four versions of The Cleansing of the Temple.
Several folk portray such scenes as the cleansing of the temple, Jesus washing the disciples' feet, the institution of the Lord's Supper, Jesus' prayers in the Garden of Gethsemane, the betrayal by Judas, the trial before the council and Pilate, and Peter's denial of Jesus.
The discussion of the cleansing of the Temple is less successful.
In Johns Gospel, the Cleansing of the Temple happens early.
The Catonsville action was "the best piece of performance art since the cleansing of the Temple," said Melkite Fr.
The Cleansing of the Temple at the Liverpool Academy of Arts - some people claim to have seen what appeared to be 'sparks shooting from the eyes' of the sculpture; Laurence Dongue, 26 from Paris, France, kneeling down and praying; Scultptor Brian Burgess with his piece of artwork