The man of sin was one who sat in the temple of God and made mockery of the Law for times, time, and half a time. Phannias ben Samuel fits this description perfectly. He was destroyed in the fall of the temple (i.e. at the coming of the Lord). He had no right to be a High Priest. And he was a product of the mystery of lawlessness and the apostasy: the zealot revolt. Josephus called him a "horrid piece of wickedness" and one who desecrated "such a sacred dignity".
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