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Viii: 'R. Eleazar b. Jacob says: Soldiers were guards of the gates in Jerusalem; they were baptized and ate their Paschal lambs in the evening'. Abrahams is inclined to view this piece of evidence as more weighty than that earlier cited, for Eleazar ben Jacob the Elder was one of the most trustworthy reporters of Temple events and rites, which he knew from personal experience. It would seem that Roman soldiers were converted and baptized on the day before the Passover, while the Temple still stood.

Percy, Die Botschaftjesu, 1953, p. 6. •Mt. ii, }n. 7. 1 For the sending of the Spirit, see Is. 15, Ezk. 28 f, and for the Spirit of the Messiah, Is. 1. Israel Abrahams points out that the symbolism of water and the use of such terms as 'pour out' in connection with the Spirit, both in the Old Testament and Rabbinic writings, would have made such a sentiment as baptizing with the Holy Spirit quite natural to Jewish ears; Studies in Pharisaism and the Gospels, I, p. 43. See further Schechter, Studies in Judaism, and series, and ed.

3 While uncertainty attaches to this, more confidence may be placed in the brief notice in the same tractate, Pes. viii: 'R. Eleazar b. Jacob says: Soldiers were guards of the gates in Jerusalem; they were baptized and ate their Paschal lambs in the evening'. Abrahams is inclined to view this piece of evidence as more weighty than that earlier cited, for Eleazar ben Jacob the Elder was one of the most trustworthy reporters of Temple events and rites, which he knew from personal experience. It would seem that Roman soldiers were converted and baptized on the day before the Passover, while the Temple still stood.

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