The Book of Jasher: A Suppressed Book That Was Removed from the Bible, Referred to in Joshua and Second Samuel Paperback

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The Book of Jasher: A Suppressed Book That Was Removed from the Bible, Referred to in Joshua and Second Samuel

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According to some sources, this book was once the original start of the Bible. Originally translated from Hebrew in A.D. 800, "The Book of Jasher" was suppressed, then rediscovered in 1829 when it was once again suppressed. Reemerged again, in his preface Alcuin writes the reference to Jasher in 2 Samuel authenticates this book. n

The Book of Jasher: A Suppressed Book That Was Removed from the Bible, Referred to in Joshua and Second Samuel was published by Book Tree in January 2000 and is our 56290th best seller. The ISBN for The Book of Jasher: A Suppressed Book That Was Removed from the Bible, Referred to in Joshua and Second Samuel is 9781585090815.

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Book FormatPaperback
PublisherBook Tree (January 2000)
EditionNew edition
Weight455g
Number of Pages308
Thickness20 mm
Height214 mm
Width171 mm
ISBN9781585090815
ISBN-101585090816
Product Code3783509
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