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Ezekiel (Yechezkel) 40 begins a section about a vision of a temple with priests and sacrifices and feasts. The detailed descriptions of this temple seem to indicate that a literal (as opposed to figurative) temple is being described. Should it be identified with the one built after the Babylonian captivity? And if not, when and under what circumstances will it be built?

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