Book of Baruch

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Noun1.Book of Baruch - an Apocryphal book ascribed to BaruchBook of Baruch - an Apocryphal book ascribed to Baruch
Apocrypha - 14 books of the Old Testament included in the Vulgate (except for II Esdras) but omitted in Jewish and Protestant versions of the Bible; eastern Christian churches (except the Coptic Church) accept all these books as canonical; the Russian Orthodox Church accepts these texts as divinely inspired but does not grant them the same status
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In this article, we will examine the development of the Judean mindset throughout the period of the Babylonian Exile through an exploration of the imagery used in the Book of Jeremiah and the Apocryphal Book of Baruch. This will show a progression from the insecurity on the eve of the exile to the optimism in the final days of the exile.
Adams promotes the recognition of the Septuagint book of Baruch as an important example of Jewish exegetical practice in the Hellenistic era.
The beautiful first reading (from the apocryphal Book of Baruch) shares much of the same imagery of Isaiah 40.
The Book of Baruch, among the depravities of the Babylonians, asks about the pagan gods: "How can they be called gods?
Wes in an evocative essay, |Mourning becomes Jerusalem', uses an episode from Josephus' Jewish War to make a point about classical laments for Temple destructions, focusing in particular on the Book of Baruch (I Baruch); Adam van der Woude rounds off this significant little collection with an essay in the classic manner on the transmission of the text of Old Testament, entitled |Pluriformity and Uniformity', with a renewed appeal to accept the trustworthiness of the Masoretic textual tradition.