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While this marriage was a major political coup for Solomon, the princess's secret idolatrous activities would sew the seeds for many problems in the future.Rabbi Ken Spiro, originally from New Rochelle, NY, graduated from Vassar College with a BA in Russian Language and Literature and did graduate studies at the Pushkin Institute in Moscow.Such insincere conversions were not accepted, and will not be accepted in the future. The answer is that an exception was made for the future wives of the king and a special court was set up to handle their conversions.Since many of these weddings were arranged for political reasons it is certain that some of the conversion were not entirely sincere nor did all Solomon's wives completely abandon their idolatrous practices.He is known as chacham mi'kol ha'adam, "wisest of all the men." The Bible relates that kings from all over the world came to hear his wisdom, which included not only Torah wisdom, but also wisdom in secular knowledge and science.
Shortly after Solomon is anointed king, God appears to him in a dream in which He invites Solomon to make a request for himself.
The magnificent structure took seven years to build.
When it is finished, Solomon dedicates the Temple: "Behold, the heaven and heaven of heavens cannot contain You; how much less this house that I have built? In violation of the Torah's prohibition He takes too many wives. If we go back to the Book of Deuteronomy where the idea that Jews would one day want a king is first discussed, Moses warns that the king should not have too many horses or too many wives (Deut. The great Torah commentator Rashi tells us that this means no more than 18, and that King David had only six.
However, this is left for his son to accomplish, which he does.
The Bible devotes several chapters (II Kings 5-7) to the construction of this most important building to the nation of Israel -- the place of communion between the Jewish people and God.
He also discoursed about animals, birds, creeping things and fish.