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The Apocalypse of Baruch and the Assumption of Moses
It is no longer news that the texts that became the official Bible excluded apocryphal books, in many cases because they didn't serve the worldview of the ruling classes. Early in the 20th century, R.H. Charles translated and edited a series of these texts. In 2003, we published "The Book of Enoch," apocrypha describing the hierarchy of angels and demons. Now we are please ...more
ebook, 192 pages
Published February 1st 2006 by Weiser Books
(first published January 31st 2006)
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Robert Henry Charles was an English biblical scholar and theologian. He left parochial work in 1889 to devote himself to biblical research and became the greatest authority of his time in matters of Jewish eschatology and apocrypha. He became a canon at Westminster Abbey in 1913 and archdeacon there in 1919. His books include Eschatology (1913, 2nd ed), Between the Old and New Testaments (1914), a ...moreMore about R.H. Charles...