The sanhedrin was the forum for the pharisees, who believed in the resurrection and in angels, and the saducees, who are akin to new theories and philosophies. All beliefs and philosophies concerning God and His creation are allowed to be expressed here.
Presently, the state of Israel has established the new sanhedrin composed of 71 sages from all walks of life (professions) of Jewish descent from all over the world. The Jews still believe up to this time that they still have the depository of knowledge especially about God. Unfortunately, gnosticism has penetrated even traditional Judaism with the onset of new interest in the Kaballah.
Hence, we Christians would like to meet this new challenge including that of today’s most popular philosophies and religions. Hence, this forum commemorating the mission of the 72 disciples of the diaspora which met the first challenge under the Roman empire and the Greek paganism of their times.
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