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The Book of Judith - NJB

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pocket edition, 14 pages
Published by Darton, Longman

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Amani Mouuna
Oct 20, 2013 Amani Mouuna rated it did not like it
The heroine of this book is a beautiful widow named Judith/the Jewess (Judith is the feminine form of Judah). She saves the nation of Israel from besiege and death at the hands of Holofernes` army. ...more
Aaron White
Sep 01, 2015 Aaron White rated it it was amazing
Not part of the canon, yet an interesting book. I cannot speak to it's acurracy, though I've heard historically it is quite inaccurate, or it's truth, but reflecting much of the old testament, it is a story that could be true. Certainly, God has worked in similar ways throughout the history of Israel.
Brenda Funk
Apr 21, 2015 Brenda Funk rated it liked it
Interesting story, full of action and drama. Part of my effort to read the apocryphal books of the Bible.
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Apr 18, 2015 Esther Dan rated it it was amazing
Ah what a great woman in history!
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