Disagreements amongst jewish groups in the middle of the first century b.c.e.
During the middle of the first century B.C.E. many Jews took different stances on important religious matters. These disagreements mainly concerned the Temple, Torah and the Messiah. These arguments caused groups to form, which were the Sadducees, Pharisees, Essenes and Christians. Each group took different stances on these important matters of the time.
The major way Jews related to God was through sacrifice, which was conducted in the Temple. The Sadducees, who were the party of upper classes, believed that Temple sacrifice was the most important aspect of Judaism a…
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