The Book of Jasher (Referred to in Joshua and Second Samuel)
DIGIREADS.COM, 2005 - 252 pages
The authenticity of "The Book of Jasher" is debated by religious scholars. The book is referenced in Second Samuel, which some scholars point to as validation of its authentic origin. The author, Jasher, is supposedly the son of Caleb, a lieutenant of Moses and the book is believed by some to be one of the first books of the bible. "The Book of Jasher" recounts the biblical history from creation up to the time of Jasher. Regardless of its true origin, "The Book of Jasher" makes for interesting consideration amongst the other biblical scriptures.
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