2 edition of Judith ... found in the catalog.
Written in English
|LC Classifications||PS3525.I645 J8 1902|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 pam. cm.|
|LC Control Number||84040590|
For fans of Judith McNaught, it’s been a long wait for a new release. The romance author hasn’t dropped a new book in 12 years.…. Judith, BOOK OF.—HISTORY.—Nabuchodonosor, King of Ninive, sends his general Holofernes to subdue the latter besieges them in Bethulia, a city on the southern verge of the Plain of Esdrelon. Achior the Ammonite, who speaks in defense of the Jews, is maltreated by him and sent into the besieged city to await his punishment when Holofernes shall have taken : Catholic Answers.
The Book of Judith is one of the Historical Books and the historians consider it to be the first moral story or parable. Even though it describes the time when king Nabuchodonosor ruled, it is historically imprecise, so it is valued for its allegorical and moral content. Judith, the feminine form of the masculine name Judah, means “Jewess.” Judith is one of only four women for whom a biblical book is named (the others are Ruth, Esther, and Susanna). Interpreters argue about whether Judith is a positive or negative role model for readers then and now.
Judith Tarr has books on Goodreads with ratings. Judith Tarr’s most popular book is Household Gods. Judith Butler, American academic whose theories of the performative nature of gender and sex were influential within Francocentric philosophy, cultural theory, queer theory, and some schools of philosophical feminism from the late 20th century. Her best-known book is Gender Trouble ().
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The oldest extant text of Judith is the preservation of –7 inscribed on a third-century A.D. potsherd. Whatever the reasons, the rabbis did not count Judith among their scriptures, and the Reformation adopted that position. The early Church, however, held this book in high honor.
biblical literature: Judith The book of Judith is similar to the biblical Book of Esther in that it also describes how a woman saved her people from impending massacre The book relates that Nebuchadrezzar, king of Assyria, sent his general Holofernes on an expedition against Palestine.
The Book of Judith, believed to be written in the late second century or early Judith. book century B.C., recounts the story of God Judith. book a woman, Judith, to deliver the Jewish people in a time of great need and despair. In the story Judith lives in the town of Bethulia.
The Book of Judith does not exist in the Hebrew Bible, and is consequently excluded from the Protestant Canon of Holy Scripture.
But the Church has always maintained its canonicity. Jerome, while rejecting in theory those books which he did not find in his Hebrew manuscript, yet consented to translate Judith because "the Synod of Nicaea is said to have accounted it as Sacred Scripture " (Praef.
in Lib.). Judith McNaught is the New York Times bestselling author who first soared to stardom with her stunning bestseller Whitney, My Love, and went on to win the hearts of millions of readers with Once and Always, Something Wonderful, A Judith.
book of Dreams, Almost Heaven, Paradise, Perfect, Until You, Remember When, the #1 bestseller Night Whispers, Someone to Watch Over Me, and other novels.
Powerhouse: The Life and Work of Architect Judith Chafee (first book on an important American Southwest award-winning architect). 1 It was the twelfth year of Nebuchadnezzar who reigned over the Assyrians in the great city of Nineveh. Arphaxad was then reigning over the Medes in Ecbatana.
2 He surrounded this city with walls of dressed stones three cubits thick and six cubits long, making the rampart seventy cubits high and. The Book of Judith —considered canonical by Roman Catholics, Apocrypha Literature by Protestants, and non-canon by Jews—tells the story of the ignominious defeat of the Assyrians, an army bent on world domination, by the hand of a Hebrew woman (Judith ).
Her first novel, “Threads of Love”, was created during a time when Judith was traveling sixty miles to work every day. She wanted to tell the story of a pioneer that came to Kansas and the faith that kept her going while she adjusted to her new life.
A widely popular series penned by author Judith Berens is known as The Daniel Codex series. It contains a total of four novels released between and Every book of this series features the lead protagonist in the role of a CIA agent named Daniel Winters.
He fights to ensure the safety of two worlds. One of the novel series written by author Judith McNaught is the Westmoreland Saga series. It consists of a total of 6 books published between the years and The first novel of the series was published by the Pocket Books publishing house in the year The Book of Judith is a story written for house-hold reading, While it may properly be classed as didactic, yet it is one of those popular tales in which the chief concern of the writer is with the telling of the story rather than with the pointing of a moral, and in which the wish to interest takes precedence even of the desire to instruct.
The majority of theologians down to the 19th century regarded the story of Judith as pure history; but with the exception of O. Wolf () and yon Gumpach, Protestant scholars in recent times are practically agreed that the Book of Judith is a historical novel with a purpose similar to Daniel, Esther and Tobit.
Judith was first discovered as an appendage to the Nowell Codex. Though it is certain that the poem is a derivative of the Book of Judith, still present in the Roman Catholic Bible, its authorship and year of origin remain a mystery. Judith 1 Good News Translation (GNT) The War between Nebuchadnezzar and Arphaxad.
1 While King Nebuchadnezzar was ruling over the Assyrians from his capital city of Nineveh, King Arphaxad ruled over the Medes from his capital city of Ecbatana. 2 Around Ecbatana King Arphaxad built a wall feet high and 75 feet thick of cut stones; each stone was 4 1/2 feet thick and 9 feet long.
3 At each. The Book of Judith (second or early first century b.c.e.) is an imaginative, highly fictionalized, romance that entertains as it edifies.
From a literary perspective, the book is an artistic masterpiece, constructed in two parts (–, –), with each internally ordered by a threefold chiastic pattern. Numerous correspondences between the two halves of the story provide elegant.
Judith is the third in a series of historical novels set in late eighteenth-century England written by the Irish-based author Brian its predecessors, Judith features as its protagonist a young independent-minded woman who tries to make her way in a largely inhospitable and sometimes terrifying world.
It was among Cleeve's most financially successful novels, especially in the United. (Book of Judith ) There is a war between two ancient kings, Nebuchadnezzar and Arphaxad – see Bad Men in the Bible: Nebuchadnezzar for information about Babylon and its king.
At the start of this war Nebuchadnezzar orders all the city states in surrounding kingdoms to send him a levy of soldiers, but they flout his command.
The book is filled with double entendres and ironic situations, e.g., Judith’s conversation with Holofernes in –8, 19, where “my lord” is ambiguous, and her declaration to Holofernes that she will lead him through Judea to Jerusalem (his head goes on such a journey).
The book can be divided into five parts: Assyrian Threat (–). Born in California inromance author Judith McNaught has worked as an assistant film director, president of a trucking agency, the first female executive producer at a CBS radio station, and as public relations director for General Motors, among other jobs.
McNaught is a graduate of Northwestern University. Her New York Times bestselling books include historic and contemporary romances. View the profiles of people named Judith. Join Facebook to connect with Judith and others you may know.
Facebook gives people the power to share and.The Book of Judith has an extraordinary teaching about what God is and is not (Judith ). It says that God is not a human being to be bargained with or put to the test.
Nor can we ever hope to understand God’s purpose.Judith might well have been written during the persecution of the Maccabean age, as was almost certainly the Book of Daniel. We have in this book that zeal for orthodox Judaism which marked the age of the Maccabees, and the same strong belief that the war in .