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* ( Jewish Encyclopedia ) Book of Jeremiah article
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In the Jewish Deuterocanonical book Second Maccabees, Chapter 2, " one finds in the records " that Jeremiah, having received an oracle of the Lord, ordered that the tent and the ark and the altar of incense should follow him to the mountain of God where he sealed them up in a cave, and he told those who followed him in order to mark the way ( but they could not find it ) " The place shall remain unknown until God gathers his people together again and shows his mercy, and then the Lord will disclose these things, and the glory of the Lord and the cloud shall appear, as they were shown in the case of Moses, and as Solomon asked that the place be specially consecrated.
According to Jewish tradition the author of Kings was Jeremiah, whose life overlapped the fall of Jerusalem in 586 BCE.
According to Jewish and Christian traditions, authorship is assigned to the Prophet Jeremiah, who was ministering the Word of God during the conquest of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar, during which the First Temple was destroyed and King Zedekiah was taken prisoner ( cf.
Under the notion that the Antichrist, as a single individual, might be of Jewish origin, he fancies that the mention of " Dan ," in Jeremiah 8: 16, and the omission of that name from those tribes listed in Revelation 7, might indicate the Antichrist's tribe.
The main tenets of Jewish eschatology are the following, in no particular order, elaborated in the Books of Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel:
Against this some medieval Jewish polemical texts connect notzrim with the netsarim " watchmen " of Ephraim in Jeremiah 31: 6.
The Jewish Sages themselves considered this a prophetic work that was written during the time of the Prophet Jeremiah by his colleagues, but these latter prophets then attributed their result to king Solomon, just as other writings of Jewish Scripture have been written by one prophet while being attributed to another, such as the Book of Hosea, Isaiah, and others.
* The imprint of a seal thought to have belonged to a priestly Jewish family mentioned in the Old Testament's Book of Jeremiah.
In Jewish rabbinic literature, especially the aggadah, Jeremiah and Moses are often mentioned together ; their life and works being presented in parallel lines.
so evidence that Baruch was read in Jewish synagogues on certain festivals during the early centuries of the Christian era ( Thackeray, 107-11 )," i. e. Henry St. John Thackeray, The Septuagint and Jewish Worship, 1923 .</ ref > It is grouped with the prophetical books which also include Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel, and the twelve minor prophets.
I had witnessed the destruction, in a few short years, of a vibrant Jewish community living in Egypt for over 2, 600 years and which had existed from the time of Jeremiah the Prophet.
* Johanan, son of Kareah, mentioned as a leader of the army who led the remnant of the population of the Kingdom of Judah to Egypt for safety ( against the advice of Jeremiah – see ), after the Babylonian dismantling of the kingdom in 586 BC and the subsequent assassination of Gedaliah, the Babylon-appointed Jewish governor (, )
There is some evidence of a Jewish belief in intercession, both in the form of the paternal blessings passed down from Abraham to his children, and 2 Maccabees, where Judas Maccabaeus sees the dead Onias and Jeremiah giving blessing to the Jewish army.
* In 1877, the Jewish congregation of the synagogue of Ulm-including Hermann Einstein, the father of Albert Einstein-donated money for a statue of the Biblical prophet Jeremiah.
This text goes along with Jeremiah and Sibylline Oracles 4 to express a minority tradition within Jewish literature.
The Radak, a medieval Jewish commentator on the Prophets, opined that the reason Jeremiah referred to carrying a burden through the gates of the city is that Jerusalem had an eruv and its walls formed the boundary, so carrying within the city was permitted.