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When the Saints would again have a temple. He saw one of the main ways the Lord was going to teach the people 'plainly' regarding the real meaning of the temple symbolism. He promised the Saints that just prior to the redemption of Zion there would be 'strangers' coming among the Saints to help them understand the way of salvation. History of banking. Minar Monsur Rabbi. Batch: 52nd Earliest forms of banking Wealth was usually deposited in temples (thesaurus 'treasure houses') and treasuries. The earliest banks were used exclusively by rulers to fund the more important and larger festivals and for building expense.

Author: Gianluigi Nuzzi

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Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN: 1250106249

Category: Religion

Page: 240

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From a bestselling author with unprecedented access to Pope Francis, an investigative look at the recent financial scandals at the highest levels of the Vatican A veritable war is waging in the Church: on one side, there is Pope Francis’s strong message for one church of the poor and all; on the other, there is the old Curia with its endless enemies, and the old and new lobbies struggling to preserve their not-so-Christian privileges. The old guard do not back down, they are ready to use all means necessary to stay in control and continue the immoral way they conduct their business. They resist reforms sought by Pope Francis and seek to delegitimize their opponents, to isolate those who want to eliminate corruption. It’s a war that will determine the future of the church. And if he loses the battle against secular interests and blackmail, Pope Francis could resign, much like his predecessor. Based on confidential information—including top secret documents from inside the Vatican, and actual transcripts of Pope Francis’s admonishments to the papal court about the lack of financial oversight and responsibility—Merchants in the Temple illustrates all the undercover work conducted by the Pope since his election and shows the reader who his real enemies are. It reveals the instruments Francis is using to reform the Vatican and rid it, once and for all, of the overwhelming corruption traditionally encrusted in the Roman Catholic Church. Merchants in the Temple is a startling book that will shock every reader. It’s a story worthy of a Dan Brown novel, with its electrifying details of the trickery and scheming against the papacy—except that it is real.
Jacob Jordaens: Jesus Driving the Merchants from the Temple
Jacob Jordaens (1593–1678)
DescriptionFlemish painter, drawer, printmaker and tapestry designer
Date of birth/death19 May 1593 18 October 1678
Location of birth/deathAntwerpAntwerp
Work period1607-1678
Work locationAntwerp (1607-1678), The Hague (1649-1652), Amsterdam (1660), Utrecht (1660)
Authority control
  • : Q270658
  • VIAF: 34465050
  • ISNI: 0000 0001 0886 2260
  • ULAN: 500012431
  • LCCN: n79108868
  • NLA: 36541101
  • WGA: JORDAENS, Jacob
  • Open Library: OL151530A
  • DBNL: jord005
  • GND: 118558331
  • SELIBR: 191961
  • SUDOC: 027422399
  • BNF: 11946716f
  • BPN: 06459560
  • NKC: ola2002161338
  • BNE: XX1026520
  • NLP: A18163063
  • KulturNav: 040afe49-225e-4328-b04c-2ae88cd3e49a
  • RKD: 42880
  • J9U: 987007274830805171
  • Koninklijke: 067770096
Jesus Driving the Merchants from the Temple
label QS:Len,'Jesus Driving the Merchants from the Temple'
label QS:Lfr,'Jésus chassant les marchands du temple'
Object typepainting
Genrereligious art
Cleansing of the Temple
Depicted peopleJesus
Datecirca 1650
date QS:P571,+1650-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Mediumoil on canvas
medium QS:P186,Q296955;P186,Q12321255,P518,Q861259
DimensionsHeight: 288 cm (113.3 in); Width: 436 cm (14.3 ft)
dimensions QS:P2049,436U174728
Louvre Museum (Inventory)
Native nameMusée du Louvre
Parent institutionÉtablissement public du musée du Louvre
Coordinates48° 51′ 37″ N, 2° 20′ 15″ E
Authority control
  • : Q19675
  • VIAF: 257711507
  • ISNI: 0000 0001 2260 177X
  • ULAN: 500125189
  • LCCN: n80020283
  • NLA: 35912436
Current location
Department of paintings
Accession number
ReferencesJoconde database: entry 000PE003382
Musée du Louvre, Atlas database: entry 4961
Authority control
  • : Q27064318
  • Louvre: 010062150
  • Joconde: 000PE003382

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Instance ofpainting
Main subjectCleansing of the Temple
DepictsCleansing of the Temple, market, livestock, cage, dog, Jesus, merchant, donkey, cow, sheep and pigeon
Made from material
  • canvas (painting support)
LocationRoom 800, 1st arrondissement of Paris, Paris Centre, Paris, Metropolis of Greater Paris, Île-de-France, Metropolitan France, France
Inventory number
  • INV 1402 (Department of Paintings of the Louvre)
  • 436 ±1 cm
Authority control
Joconde work ID: 000PE003382
Atlas ID: 4961

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