The Temple Mount Society is collecting funding for the construction of the ‘third temple’. The Bible clearly states that the Third Temple will be built during the Tribulation and it also says in 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4

“3 Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;

Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God. 

Revelation 13:3

And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast..Daniel states that the Third Temple will exist during the Great Tribulation. He refers to this temple when he says that “the prince who is to come” (the Antichrist) will enter it and stop the sacrifices in the middle of the Tribulation . The Apostle Paul mentions it when he declares that the “man of lawlessness” will profane the temple by entering it and declaring himself to be God (2.Thessalonians 2:3-4).

The ‘new Temple’ will be built for the Talmudic Messiah who is the Anti-Christ and will convince the world to follow him and pretend to be the Christ which means Messiah.

“Priest Training Program Opens for Would-Be Third Jewish Temple,” Source:

A Jerusalem group plans to open the first school of its kind to train priests to serve in a third Jewish temple, which they hope to see erected on Jerusalem’s most contested holy site.

The Temple Institute’s priest training program is the group’s latest effort to prepare for and hasten the creation of a third Jewish temple. To that end the group has also recreated more than 70 “sacred vessels” and garments for the high priest, to Jewish legal specifications, which are on display in its Jerusalem headquarters in the Old City.

“The logical step is to consider what we would be doing with the Temple and who would be responsible for its services and what kinds of services,” said Chaim Richman, a rabbi and the international director of the Temple Institute.

The training program, dubbed the Nesher HaKodesh Institute for Kohanic Studies, will include classes on religious practice and also the role of modern technology in the Third Temple. It will be open to Kohanim, Jews believed to be descended from the biblical Aaron, the brother of Moses. Today, there are 14 students in a pilot program, which the Temple Institute hopes to expand to accommodate several dozen. According to Richman, in the time of the Second Temple there were “thousands” of priests who fulfilled religious duties in the Temple. “It is similar to military reserve duty,” he said.

Founded in 1987, the Temple Institute aims to fulfill the Jewish biblical commandment to rebuild the Jewish temple on the grounds where it once stood, now the site of Islam’s second holiest site, the Al Aqsa Mosque. To Jewish believers, this was the spot where Abraham nearly sacrificed his son Isaac at god’s command, and where two previous Jewish temples stood. To Muslims believers, this same site was where Islam’s Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven on a white steed.

Israel captured the site, known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary, from Jordan in the 1967 War. In order to avoid inflaming religious tensions, Israel allowed Jordanian Muslim authorities to administer the site, as they had done for generations. Today, Jews may ascend the site, but they are not allowed to pray there, a rule that the Temple Institute challenges. The Jewish prayer movement at the site has gained major traction in recent years, and now has a new champion in the Israeli government in Knesset Member Yehuda Glick.

Ir Amim, a group advocating for a more equitable Jerusalem for Jews and Palestinians, has named Temple Institute as one of several groups that threaten the delicate status quo at the site. Palestinian fears of a Jewish takeover of Al Aqsa helped to fuel the violent spate of knife attacks against Israelis since last October.

The Temple Institute is raising $75,000 for its priest training program on the social fundraising site Indiegogo. So far, 29 people have donated just over $1,000.