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  Book of Baruch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Book of Baruch, occasionally referred to as 1 Baruch, is a deuterocanonical book, found in the Greek Bible (LXX) and in the Vulgate Bible, but not in the Hebrew Bible, although it was included in Theodotion's version¹.
Baruch is found among the prophetical books which also include Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel, and the twelve minor prophets.
Baruch 6 is quoted in CCC §2112 as part of an exposition against idolatry.
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 Baruch - LoveToKnow 1911
The Book of Baruch was never accepted as canonical by the Palestinian Jews (Baba Batra,4 b), though the Apostolic Constitutions, v.
These constitute Baruch's epistle to the nine and a half tribes in captivity, and have been published in Syriac and Latin in the London and Paris Polyglots, and in Syriac alone from one MS.
Baruch remains in Jerusalem and Jeremiah accompanies the Exiles to Babylon.
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 Baruch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Book of Baruch, a deuterocanonical book, considered by Jews and most Protestants to be apocryphal.
Baruch Goldstein, an American-Israeli physician who killed 29 Muslim worshippers and wounded 125 in a 1994 shooting attack.
Parzival, The Baruch of Baghdad was the king of the Saracens in Wolfram von Eschenbach's epic poem
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 JewishEncyclopedia.com - BARUCH, BOOK OF:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Baruch, the secretary of Jeremiah, having written a book, reads it before King Jehoiachin and the exiles in Babylon.
That the first part of the book was originally written in Hebrew is probable, both from the Hebraic character of the diction and from the fact that certain errors in the Greek are explicable as misunderstandings of Hebrew words; thus "manna" (i.
The Epistle of Jeremiah is usually printed as an appendix to the Book of Baruch and marked as ch.
www.jewishencyclopedia.com /view.jsp?artid=331&letter=B   (1321 words)

 4 Baruch
Related to 4 Baruch and indicating the extent of the Jeremiah (Baruch) cycle are three dissimilar Jeremiah apocrypha.
The pseudepigraphon appears to be a medieval reworking of 4 Baruch with significant influence from the Hebrew Apocalypse of Elijah (2 Elijah), and the Apocalypse of the Virgin.
Baruch's letter, together with figs that were fresh though plucked 66 years before, was conveyed to Babylonia by an eagle (ch.
www.earlyjewishwritings.com /4baruch.html   (1057 words)

Baruch returns the Temple vessels to Jehoiakim, the high priest in Jerusalem, along with funds for burnt and sin offerings and a request that the accompanying prayer of confession be read in the Temple on feast days.
Baruch agrees with 2 Baruch 6 in associating Jeremiah’s scribe with traditions concerning the preservation of the Temple vessels (contrast Ezra 1:7-11).
Either the book is intended to express a hope for the end of the Diaspora, or it is related in some way to the desecration of the Temple by the Syrian king Antiochus IV Epiphanes.
www.bibletexts.com /glossary/bar.htm   (597 words)

 bible.org: ISBE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Book of Baruch belongs in its present form to the latter half of the 1st century of our era; yet some modern Roman Catholic scholars vigorously maintain that it is the work of Jeremiah's friend and secretary.
Baruch 1:1 f tell us that Baruch wrote this book at Babylon "in the fifth month (not "year" as the Septuagint) in the seventh day of the month, what time as the Chaldeans took Jerusalem, and burnt it with fire" (see 2 Ki 25:8 ff).
Baruch 1:1-14 was written after the completion of the book expressly to form a prologue or historical explanation of the circumstances under which the rest of the book came to be written.
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Baruch 1:14 says that the book was meant to be read publicly in the Temple; hence it must have been composed in Hebrew for that purpose.
Should anyone, however, judge them inadequate, and therefore consider the Book of Baruch as the work of a later editor, the inspired character of the book would still remain, provided this later editor himself be regarded as inspired in his work of compilation.
That the Book of Baruch is "a sacred and canonical" writing has been defined by the Council of Trent; that it has just as much right to be held "inspired of God" as any other book of Holy Writ can readily be shown by a close study of the Canon of the Bible.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/02319c.htm   (1610 words)

 The Apocryphal Book of Baruch on Idolatry.
In the apocryphal book of Baruch, which is considered to be inspired scripture by the Catholic Church, we find a very interesting description of the pagan practices of the Babylonians, who at the time held the Jews in captivity.
Baruch 6:7 For their tongue that is polished by the craftsman, and themselves laid over with gold and silver, are false things, and they cannot speak.
Baruch 6:38 Their gods, of wood, and of stone, and of gold, and of silver, are like the stones that are hewn out of the mountains: and they that worship them shall be confounded.
www.biblelight.net /baruch.htm   (1232 words)

 Baruch - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Baruch, book of the Old Testament in those versions of the Bible following the Septuagint (generally Roman Catholic and Orthodox).
Baruch, Bernard Mannes (1870-1965), American financier and economist, whose theories about wartime economies and industry earned him a reputation...
Blumberg, Baruch Samuel, born in 1925, American biomedical researcher and winner of the 1976 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for his discovery...
ca.encarta.msn.com /Baruch.html   (98 words)

And these are the words of the book, which Baruch the son of Nerias, the son of Maasias, the son of Sedecias, the son of Sedei, the son Helcias, wrote in Babylonia.
And Baruch read the words of this book in the hearing of Jechonias the son of Joakim king of Juda, and in the hearing of all the people that came to hear the book.
Baruch Chapter 4 The prophet exhorts to the keeping of the law of wisdom, and encourages the people to be patient, and to hope for their deliverance.
members.tripod.com /~tymer2/bible/bar.html   (5457 words)

 BARUCH, book of the Septuagint and of the Apocrypha. The Columbia Encyclopedia: Sixth Edition. 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
BARUCH, book of the Septuagint and of the Apocrypha.
While there exist versions of Baruch in Syriac, Ethiopic, Latin and other ancient languages, these are based on the Greek, which in turn probably derives from a Hebrew original.
Critics disagree greatly over the dates of Baruch; some see it as a collection of works by several authors.
www.bartleby.com /aol/65/ba/BaruchSep.html   (134 words)

 Artisan Publishers in Muskogee, Oklahoma
Many are familiar with the Book of Baruch in the Apocrypha, but few are acquainted with the apocalyptical writings of Baruch which are far more far-reaching in their scope.
Several variations of the Book of Baruch have come down to us, but this volume, known as the Syriac Apocalypse of Baruch, is so called because it is only extant in a Syriac translation.
This book has long been out of print, but our evaluation of its worth, based upon well-founded evidence of Divine inspiration, convinced us that its republication is mandatory at this time.
www.artisanpublishers.com /bk_apocolypse_baruch.html   (469 words)

 4 Baruch / Paraleipomena Jeremiou
Baruch is to stay in Jerusalem until their return.
He is eventually reunited with Baruch, who takes his awakening as a sign that the exiles will soon return and the fresh figs as proof of the resurrection.
Written under the pseudonym of Baruch, the prophet Jeremiah's scribe, in the fictional setting of the events surrounding the Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem and the destruction of the temple by the Babylonians in 586 bc
wesley.nnu.edu /biblical_studies/noncanon/summaries/4baruch-notes.htm   (363 words)

 Faith Guides . Bible Boot Camp . Old Testament | BustedHalo.com
The book of Baruch, one of the deutero-canonical books (AKA apocryphal books), is reported to be a letter from Baruch to his countrymen who remain back at the ruins of Jerusalem.
Stuck to the end of Baruch's letter is another letter, this one from the prophet Jeremiah to the Israelites in exile.
The book of Baruch begins with a tale of exiles in Babylon gathering together money and all sorts of deported booty from the Temple and sending it all back to.
www.bustedhalo.com /faith_guides/baruch.htm   (345 words)

 Book of Baruch
Baruch, considered a canonical book of the Bible by Roman Catholics, follows the Book of Lamentations.
Baruch is included with the Apocrypha in the King James Version; it does not appear in the Hebrew Bible.
Baruch may have been compiled as late as the 1st or 2nd century AD by an Alexandrian editor using original Hebrew manuscripts; it has been preserved in a Greek version.
www.mb-soft.com /believe/txs/baruch.htm   (449 words)

 Amazon.com: Baruch: My Own Story: Books: Bernard Mannes Baruch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Baruch starts with histories of his parents and tales of his South Carolina childhood before his family moved to New York when he was 10, where his father, a physician, became a pioneer in public sanitation and physical therapy.
Baruch ends with some discussion of his political philosophy, which seems to have vacillated with the wind over the course of his lifetime.
I think Baruch is at his best when discussing Wall Street's era of "unrestrained individualism", dominated by "the titans of finance at the zenith of their power", and contrasting it with today's more regulated and more diverse financial market.
www.amazon.com /Baruch-Own-Story-Bernard-Mannes/dp/156849095X   (1638 words)

 The Book of the Prophet Baruch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The book of Baruch is rather a gem.
The book starts with a rather nice declaration of repentance by the exiles in Babylon, in the form of a letter to the temple in Jerusalem, which ends with a prayer for deliverance.
The letter of Jeremiah which concludes the book is an attack on idolatry but even this is full of rather arresting imagery ("Like a scarecrow in a cucumber bed, which guards nothing, so are their gods of wood") and rather less vengeful than one sometimes gets in the Old Testament.
explorers.whyte.com /Bible/baruch.htm   (274 words)

 Lamentations & Baruch (This Rock: November 1995)
THE book of Baruch, a deuterocanonical book of the Old Testament, comes after Lamentations in the Vulgate, but the Septuagint puts it after Jeremiah because of its obviously close connection.
Baruch (= blessed) was the secretary and disciple of Jeremiah (Jer.
The book ends with a passage announcing the end of the exile and the return to Jerusalem.
www.catholic.com /thisrock/1995/9511otg.asp   (1067 words)

 Apocryphal Baruch
Thus consoled, Baruch addressed an admonition to the people left in Palestine, and wrote two letters of the same tenor to the exiles, one to the nine tribes and a half, the other to the two tribes and a half.
Baruch is one of the few mortals who have been privileged to visit Paradise and know its secrets.
Baruch was found lying on marble bier, and the appearance of the corpse was as though he had only then passed away.
www.piney.com /Baruch.html   (6059 words)

 Mr. Baruch - The Life Story of Bernard Baruch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Bernard Baruch gave this Pulitzer Prize author free access to the vast collection of papers covering his career, making this book his definitive biography.
Baruch is the story of Bernard M. Baruch, one of the most famous American financiers of the first half of the 20th century.
Margaret Louise Coit graduated from the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina in 1941, she worked as a journalist in Massachusetts and wrote a biography of John C. Calhoun which won the 1952 Pulitzer Prize.
www.beardbooks.com /mr_baruch.html   (145 words)

The Book of Baruch is very dear to the Jewish people because it is the only one in the Bible who tells the story of a Jewish Community living in the exile in Babylon...
The Book describes this Community with serious difficulties, brought in captivity to Babylon, poor, but enthusiastic, with trust in the Lord, very pious and hopeful.
She is the book of the commandments of God, the law that endures forever.
biblia.com /bible/baruch.htm   (982 words)

 USCCB - NAB - Baruch - Introduction
An observance of the feast of Booths with a public prayer of penitence and petition (Baruch 1:15-3:8), such as is supposed by the introduction (Baruch 1:1-14), would not have been possible during the lifetime of Baruch after the fall of Jerusalem; this indeed is suggested in the prayer itself (Baruch 2:26).
The lesson thus gained is followed by a hymn in praise of Wisdom (Baruch 3:9-4:4), exalting the law of Moses as the unique gift of God to Israel, the observance of which is the way to life and peace.
The ideal city of Jerusalem is then represented (Baruch 4:5-29) as the solicitous mother of all exiles, who is assured in the name of God that all her children will be restored to her (Baruch 4:30-5:9).
www.usccb.org /nab/bible/baruch/intro.htm   (452 words)

 Amazon.com: Baruch ben Neriah: From Biblical Scribe to Apocalyptic Seer: Books: J. Edward Wright   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Baruch ben Neriah traces the evolution of a biblical figure whose legacy grew from that of a scribe who edited or wrote the Book of Jeremiah to a divine sage granted a tour of heaven itself.
A loyal friend of Jeremiah, Baruch is recorded to have received a mysterious oracle from God in the midst of Jerusalem's destruction by the Babylonians.
Baruch ben Neriah breaks onto the biblical scene in the book of Jeremiah as a professional scribe working for the prophet Jeremiah.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1570034796?v=glance   (888 words)

 BibleDudes: Apocrypha: Baruch
These questions and more are answered in Baruch, an Apocryphal book consisting of five chapters.
Sadly, I witnessed the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple in 586 BCE, and was carried off to exile.
I simply followed a common convention of the time, and attributed my words to a famous person who lived before me. So while the book purports to speak about Diaspora life for the Jewish community under the rule of Babylon Empire, it is actually commenting on the influences of Greco/Roman world.
bibledudes.com /apocrypha/baruch.php   (401 words)

 The Prophecy of Baruch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
1 And these are the words of the book, which Baruch the son of Nerias, the son of Maasias, the son of Sedecias, the son of Sedei, the son of Helcias, wrote in Babylonia.
3 And Baruch read the words of this book in the hearing of Jechonias the son of Joakim king of Juda, and in the hearing of all the people that came to hear the book.
1 This is the book of the commandments of God, and the law, that is for ever: all they that keep it, shall come to life: but they that have forsaken it, to death.
members.tripod.com /EsotericTexts/Apocrypha.Baruch.htm   (5404 words)

 Index of Gnostic Teachings
In Justin’s Book of Baruch god is known as “good” and Priapos (a Greco-Roman phallic god).
Book of Baruch the creator, Elohim, is not evil, but he is bumbling, neglectful, and abandons his wife Edem [Eden].
Book of Baruch says that Jesus was crucified and spiritually rose from the dead.
www.biblequery.org /OtherBeliefs/Gnosticism/GnosticIndex.htm   (1250 words)

 Baruch - The Open Bible Project
Footnotes for each book are presented on a dedicated footnotes page titled "bookname footnotes" i.e.
Genesis Footnotes where footnotes for the entire book are presented.
Changes or edits to the book-level and/or chapter list should not be necessary unless the structure of the wiki will change drastically.
openbibleproject.org /Baruch   (71 words)

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