Why were the Sadducees and the apostles unable to find a way to reconcile their rival opinions?

Welcome back to another essay. I’ll try not to mess it up too bad but I can’t guarantee anything. Let’s see how this goes. But before I start, I want to just put this out there: I want your feedback on this article. Please comment and rate this article in terms of starts. Perhaps I’ll get 5 stars but I doubt it. Anyway, before you leave, I’m going to be posting a Captain Jack Sparrow video at the end of this essay just for fun, totally not because I want five stars or anything like that. Horrors, the very idea that I might do something like that is insulting… But seriously, I just love the fella and he’s so crazy amazing so stick around. Alright, if I don’t shut up right now, I’m never going to stop. Let’s get to the essay.

Who were the Sadducees? They were a group of Jews in charge of keeping the temple nice. They appointed new priests and were in charge of multiple religious and political affairs. The apostles… well, I think we know who the apostles were. They were the followers of Jesus. Do I need to go into detail? I don’t think so.

The Sadducees taught the Mosaic law while the apostles taught and practiced and taught the new, foreign Christianity. They were unable to find a way to reconcile their rival opinions because they were under different leaders and they followed different people. The apostles threated the Sadducees’ position. The Sadducees tried to shut the apostles up by beatings, threats, and finally, death. But the apostles had done their work too well and the news of Christ could not be stopped. There are Christians all over the world now. The Sadducees and apostles couldn’t agree because the apostles followed Jesus and the Sadducees didn’t. For them to agree it would be like putting a Percy Jackson fan and non-Percy Jackson fan in the same room and trying to make them talk about common interests. It would be similar to trying to put out a fire with gasoline. It would be like Jason Grace never losing his memory. It would be impossible,

Thank you for reading, or if you didn’t read the whole thing, thank you for scrolling down here to read this. Here is the video I promised you. I guarantee you’ll love it. You can watch any kind of movie, you can a fan of any and everything and or nothing at all and you’ll love Captain Jack Sparrow, played by Johnny Depp who by the way should read a book for Audible or Librivox or something like that. His natural voice is so soothing and relaxing. We should get a petition started. He’s co-read one book called Life. Alright, here’s the video.

Comment and tell me your favorite line from it and also who your favorite Pirates of the Caribbean character is. It better be good or I’m unfollowing you. Have a great day and God bless you, mate.

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