- Jewish temple or The Jewish Temple, may refer to the original two ancient Jewish Temples in Jerusalem. The first one was destroyed by the ancient Babylonians in 586 BCE, and the second was destroyed by Rome in 70 CE.
- Jewish temple, or Jewish Temple, or simply Temple is frequently the name that Reform Judaism names and calls many of its synagogues (the reason being that Reform Judaism does not believe in the Messianic era's rebuilding of the Jerusalem Temple, as opposed to Orthodox Judaism that does believe in it).
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