Originally written in Hebrew around 100 BC and presented here in a translation by British scholar R. H. CHARLES (1855-1931) first published in 1917, this fascinating "lost" text is considered by many Jewish scholars to be an essential defense of traditional Judaism and of the need to maintain a separate Jewish life and culture. Students of early biblical literature will want to read this foundational text. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
The book of Jubilees provides additional historical information not normally included in the bible. The major problem is that it is based upon the Masoretic bible and not the LXX... Read morePublished 14 days ago by gerald eugene hanson
A bit boring. Some interesting facts, but parts of it do not follow the Biblical narrative.Published 1 month ago by Andrea Maria derta
This is interesting but not considered Scripture. It divides time up in 50 year periods (Jubilees) from creation to now. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sean
This may be a correct version of this subject matter but do yourself a favor and just read it online. It is possibly the most boring work I have ever read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by DJ
have not had or felt compelled to read this book all the way through.Published 2 months ago by labuck