A quote and a question,
(IsraelNN.com) The Temple Mount Institute has filed suit in its fight for the right to sacrifice a sheep on the Temple Mount prior to Passover, as commanded in the Torah.
“The command to perform a Paschal [Passover] sacrifice is a positive commandment; the punishment for failing to perform it is ‘karet’ [lit. — ‘cut off… (link)
I know a number of Christians personally, who have sent money to the Temple Mount Institute for years in support of their work. While I don’t have the link I do recall reading that Christians in the US contribute more money to the Institute then Israeli’s do.
My question is hypothetical at the moment for the Institute may not win this suit, but lets say they do win the right legally to sacrifice a sheep on the Temple Mount; if not now, next year, or sometime in the future.
Will God see this as sin on the part of the Christians who have been financially supporting the organization…especially in light of it being common knowledge that resuming animal sacrifices was one of their goals?