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Apocalypse of Abraham
|Statement||ed. with a translation from the Slavonic text and notes by G.H. Box [and] J.I. Landsman.|
|Series||Translations of Early Documents|
|Contributions||Box, George Herbert., Landsman, J. I.|
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The Book of Abraham is a work produced between and by Joseph Smith based, he said, on Egyptian papyri purchased from a traveling mummy exhibition. According to Smith, the book was "a translation of some ancient records [ ] purporting to be the writings of Abraham, while he was in Egypt, called the Book of Abraham, written by his own hand, upon papyrus". Also of interest is some correlation between The Book of Abraham and the Apocalypse of Abraham, a Jewish document composed between about 70– AD. The Apocalypse of Abraham describes the idolatry of Abraham's father in detail, and talks of how Abraham came to disbelieve in his father's gods.
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An edition of The Apocalypse of Abraham is included in the present volume. The explanatory notes, in this case, given in the commentary on the text, are rather longer and fuller than usual. This was rendered necessary by the fact that the Book is made accessible.
The Apocalypse of Abraham "The Apocalypse of Abraham belongs to a body of Abraham literature flourishing about the time of Christ. "The Book is essentially Jewish," wrote George H.
Box, with "features which suggest Essene origin.". This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. THE APOCALYPSE OF ABRAHAM.
From the Roumanian Text, Discovered and Translated By Dr. Gaster. Read 2nd February, At the moment when the power of prophecy ceased, its place was taken by the mysterious metaphysical and emblematical vision, in which the future was likewise prognosticated, but in an allegorical and fantastical form.
ABRAHAM, APOCALYPSE OF. This extracanonical work is extant in an Old Slavonic VS based on a Gr. of a Heb. or Aram. original as shown by its Sem. names for idols.
The work itself is a composite with the first third (eight chs.) being devoted to legends of Abraham’s youth. This section prob. was written before a.d. The Apocalypse proper occupies the remainder of the work.
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This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition Apocalypse of Abraham book a book. /5(12). Apocalypse of Abraham. These witnesses permit us to suggest that the Apocalypse of Abraham was possibly known by the second century.
Our pseudepigraphon was written after A.D. 70, because the author describes the destruction of Jerusalem (cf. 27). Hence, the apocalypse—that is the early Jewish stratum—was. Archive: "Apocalypse of Abraham" Tag The Meaning of the Temple.
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The Apocalypse of Abraham: Edited, With a Translation from the Slavonic Text and Notes. Apocalypse of Abraham. English. Box. Apocalypse of Abraham.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge ; New York: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G H Box; J I Landsman. THE APOCALPYSE OF ABRAHAM: AN ANCIENT WITNESS FOR THE BOOK OF MOSES 5 Building on the earlier work of Jared Ludlow9 and Hugh Nibley,10 David Larsen and I are exploring significant relationships between the first chapter of the book of Moses and the Apocalypse of Abraham The Apocalypse of Abraham recounts the visionary journey of Abraham to the highest heaven.
The following translation and commentary on The Apocalypse of Abraham was provided by G.H. Box, in The original text was probably written in Hebrew or Aramaic, from which a Greek version was made. The following translation is from a Slavonic text.
The second part of the book, the main Apocalypse, is a commentary on Gen. xv., which is not only interpreted by the Haggadah as a revelation of the future destinies of Israel up to their final redemption (Gen. xliv. 15), but also as implying the fact that "God lifted Abraham above the firmament" and told him to "look down upon the world.
The Apocalypse of ation by Alexander Kulik. The translation is based on new readings developed in Alexander Kulik, Retroverting Slavonic Pseudepigrapha (Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature, and Leiden: Brill, ).
Reviews: Andrei Orlov, Review of Biblical Literature 5 (); Jaime Vazquez Allegue, Review of Biblical Literature 5 (); Basil Lourié, Journal for. The second part of the book, the main Apocalypse, is a commentary on Gene which is not only interpreted by the Haggadah as a revelation of the future destinies of Israel up to their final redemption (Gen.
), but also as implying the fact that "God lifted Abraham above the firmament" and told him to "look down upon the world. Dating the Apocalypse of Abraham is difficult due to the lack of concrete historical references in the book.
It refers to the destruction of the temple in chapter 30 and possibly Vesuvius in the same context. The fact the book is interested in the fall of the Temple and the fate of the Jews in the time after the fall of the temple argues for a date at the end of the first century, parallel to.
THE APOCALYPSE OF THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD CONCERNING THE CHASTISEMENTS The Fragments of Papias THE WRITINGS OF ABRAHAM. This text appears to share ideas with Missaticum Biblia, especially the Book of Joseph section.
Again, there is no manuscript evidence to support this "translation". However, this is a lengthy and interesting piece of. The Book of Abraham was purportedly translated from an Egyptian manuscript purchased by the Mormons from a travelling show inlong before their trek to Utah.
Joseph Smith quickly produced a translation of this document, claiming it was written by Abraham in his own hand. It is an haggadic midrash upon Genesisbeginning with a humorous account of Abraham's conversion from idolatry, chaptersand concluding with the apocalypse itself, One of the most intriguing features is the 'Christian' interpolation in chap which is appreciably different from the Christianity of the New Testament.".
Question: "What is the Apocalypse?" Answer: The word “apocalypse” comes from the Greek word apocalupsis which means “revealing, disclosure, to take off the cover.” The book of Revelation is sometimes referred to as the “Apocalypse of John” because it is God’s revealing of the end times to the apostle John.Apocalypse of Abraham.
ABSTRACT. Maria Elliott. Considered by many to be ‘the last important product of the Apocalyptic movement’, the Apocalypse of Abraham is part of a body of prophetic and historical apocalypses written after the destruction of the Second Temple (Licht in Encyclopaedia Judaica, volume 2, page ).
It is very likely that the author of the Apocalypse of Abrahamwrote said.ABRAHAM, APOCALYPSE OF This extracanonical work is extant in an Old Slavonic VS based on a Gr.
tr. of a Heb. or Aram. original as shown by its Sem. names for idols. The work itself is a composite with the first third (eight chs.) being devoted to legends of Abraham’s youth. This section prob. was written before a.d. The Apocalypse proper occupies the remainder of the work.