Well, it depends on what you mean;
Not counting Moses' tabernacle, which was replaced by Solomon's temple (the first temple), later destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar.
That was replaced with the help of Darius II by Ezra, and it is the second temple. We don't know what happened to it, but we know it was replaced by a 3rd temple, built by Herod.
This was destroyed in 70 CE, and although much of the hype of the Bar Kochba revolution was to rebuild a fourth temple, it didn't happen.
Now there is supposed to be yet another temple built according to John, and it will be where the false prophet is welcomed. We even know what it looks like thanks to John.
Yet it will be replaced by a fifth temple as described in Ezekial's prophecy, which is different from the rest (he measured it in his dream, remember?).
But this has to happen before the Parousia, because John tells us that the city of New Jerusalem has no standing temple.
So either Jesus' watch has a dead battery, or Jesus already came (See OkieHog's post in Theology), or the bible is wrong.
I'm not too worried. But if I get the chance to sell my soul, I'll be asking top dollar