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The Book of Jubilees

Hosted By: Haberman Institute

The book of Jubilees is a Jewish-Apocrypha book written in the second century BCE. It re-tells the stories from the book of Genesis and Exodus, from the creation of the world to God’s revelation at Sinai. While the book was not included in the Jewish Canon, the Hebrew Bible, it was, however, included in Ethiopian-Christian Canon.

Opening a window for understanding theological developments from the end of the Hebrew Bible (c. 450 BCE) to the time, more or less, of the Dead Sea Scrolls, this book provides amazing insight into the beliefs and religious rituals of that period.

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