>An intriguing question --  if we enter the temple unworthily, how is our
>presence there different from interlopers who intrude there?
>Jim Cobabe
The greater sin then be upon our own head. . .
. . .the difference as I see it, is that if WE enter unworthily, we are
aware of our unworthiness.  We are knowingly defiling the temple.  If an
interloper intrudes, chances are, he has not  made the same covenants and
is therefore not subject to the same condemnation.  Interloping is more
of a curosity thing.  


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