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[27], Nevertheless, there have been various attempts by both scholars and clergy to understand the characters and events in the Book as allegorical representations of actual personages and historical events. That’s why Judith 15: 12-13 says that after she slay the evil general Holofernes, “All the women of Israel gathered to see her; and they blessed her andperformed a dance in her honor. The transactions herein related, most probably happened in his days, and in the reign of Manasses, after his repentance and return from captivity. False. He is given the task of destroying the rebels who did not support the king of Nineveh in his resistance against Cheleud and the king of Media, until Israel also becomes a target of his military campaign. [26] Though she is courted by many, Judith remains unmarried for the rest of her life. Jerome claims that his Vul. It is generally accepted that the Book of Judith is ahistorical. [27], A. Nebuchadnezzar, claimed here to be the king of Nineveh and Assyria. He’s one of the sons of Noah’s son Shem, and Jewish tradition associated the various peoples of the Middle East with each of the sons and grandson of Noah. The Christian Gospels are partially modeled on the early accounts of the life of Apollonius of Tyana. The sacred writer of this Book is generally believed to be the high priest Eliachim, (called also Joachim.) Like Tobit, Judith is a deuterocanonical book. [22], The canonicity of Judith is rejected by Protestants, who accept as the Old Testament only those books that are found in the Jewish canon. Moreover, Ashurbanipal is never referenced by name in the Bible, except perhaps for the corrupt form "Asenappar" in 2 Chronicles and Ezra 4:10 or the anonymous title "The King of Assyria" in the 2 Kings, which means his name might have never been recorded by Jewish historians. "Judith" redirects here. It may not be accepted as scripture, but it has a lot to say to us both then and now. Barker later expanded the scene into a short play Judith. Jesus at the very least seems to acknowledge the historicity of the miraculous events described in 1 and 2 Maccabees, the events which Hanukkah celebrates. Contemporary sources make reference to the many allies of Chaldea (governed by Ashurbanipal's rebel brother Shamash-shum-ukin), including the Kingdom of Israel and the Kingdom of Judah, which were subjects of Assyria and are mentioned in the Book of Judith as victims of Ashurbanipal's Western campaign.[36]. INTRODUCTION. She tricks him into trusting her, then when he is drunk she cuts off his head. The American playwright Thomas Bailey Aldrich's Judith of Bethulia was first performed in New York, 1905, and was the basis for the 1914 production Judith of Bethulia by director D. W. Griffith. Gaining his trust, she is allowed access to his tent one night as he lies in a drunken stupor. In so many ways. Judith Moore is angry, sad, incredibly bitter, often times judgmental of others and extremely judgmental towards herself. In other words, this is Genesis 3:15, played out throughout all of history, and brought together in a particularly beautiful way in this Book. [citation needed]. Anyways, those are some of my thoughts on the Book of Judith. a literary fiction whose characters stand for some real historical figure, generally contemporary to the author. It was the twelfth year of the reign of Nebuchadnezzar, king of the Assyrians in the great city of Nineveh. Arphaxad named the Arphaxadites, who are now called Chaldeans. So we now have Judith, whose name just means “Jewish Woman,” up against the combined forces of the Babylonians, Assyrians, Medeans, and Chaldeans. ; this he learned from the Jews themselves (Letter to Africanus, 13). [30], There are also thematic connections to the revenge of Simeon and Levi on Shechem after the rape of Dinah in Gen. The book of Judith presents a tragic setting which appealed significantly to the people of Jewish nation. ), as well as with a broader Grand Narrative about the faithful, marked with the sign of the Cross, facing off against the forces of corrupt government and corrupt religious authorities. [3], The extant Hebrew language versions, whether identical to the Greek, or in the shorter Hebrew version, date to the Middle Ages. At that time Arphaxad ruled over the Medes in Ecbatana. So what’s going on here? 14 Give me constancy in my mind, that I may *despise him*: and fortitude that I may overthrow him. However, what matters the most is the eternal appeal of the drama presented in the story’s narrative. The story also inspired oratorios by Antonio Vivaldi, W. A. Mozart and Hubert Parry, and an operetta by Jacob Pavlovitch Adler. The story of Judith has been a favourite of latter-day playwrights; it was brought alive in 1892 by Abraham Goldfaden, who worked in Eastern Europe. She decapitates him, then takes his head back to her fearful countrymen. Dort ist Judith eine Wittwe, die den Holofernes durch List und Schlauheit in's Netz lockt; sie freut sich, als sie seinen Kopf im Sack hat und singt und jubelt vor und mit ganz Israel drei Monde lang. [35], As argued by Vigouroux, the two battles mentioned in the Septuagint version of the Book of Judith are a reference to the clash of the two empires in 658–657 and to Phraortes' death in battle in 653, after which Ashurbanipal continued his military actions with a large campaign starting with the Battle of the Ulaya River (652 BC) on the 18th year of this Assyrian king. Read in English by ancientchristian The Book of Judith is included in the Septuagint (the Greek form of the Old Testament) and has been retained in Catholic and Orthodox Christian Bibles, but was eventually excluded from the Hebrew canon and assigned by Protestants to their apocrypha. The Book of Common Prayer, 1979, Holy Days, pg. This was interpreted by the English Protestant authorities at the time as incitement to slay Queen Elizabeth I. Shamir examines the question why the story of Judith was excluded from the Jewish (Hebrew) Bible and thus banned from Jewish history. There’s also a very strong liturgical element to Revelation. Both women were widows whose strategical and diplomatic skills helped in the defeat of the invader. There, Judith is a widow who lures Holofernes into her web with wiles, when she has his head in her bag she sings and jubilates with all of Israel for three months. 923.<-- ISSN/ISBN, publisher needed -->. Click here to see the original page which contains some similar information.) To which the writer of Judith would say, “Obviously.” I mean, it’s one thing for a modern Protestant to think that an ordinary reader doesn’t remember if Nebuchadnezzar was king of the Assyrians or the Babylonians, but do they honestly think that a pre-Christian diaspora Jewish audience wouldn’t catch that mistake… immediately? Get the book: Get the audiobook: Judith Pearson does a remarkable job of bringing one of America’s greatest spies back to life. All of this and more is spelled out by Scott Hahn in The Lamb’s Supper: The Mass as Heaven on Earth. a. [27], The first extant commentary on The Book of Judith is by Hrabanus Maurus (9th century). Perhaps the key to understanding the Book is Judith 6:19, where the people pray, “Lord, God of heaven, behold their arrogance! General Historicity of the Deuterocanon. ** I don’t want to get too off topic by delving into Revelation, given the length and complexity of this post already. The Book of Judith begins, “It was the twelfth year of the reign of Nebuchadnezzar, king of the Assyrians in the great city of Nineveh. Gosh, I’ve got to be more careful when posting on this site haha. Does anyone think that the Diaspora Jews (or anyone) was that dumb? From a literary perspective, the book is an artistic masterpiece, constructed in two parts (1:1–7:32, 8:1–16:25), with each internally ordered by a threefold chiastic pattern. [41] Both stories seem to be set at a time when the temple had recently been rededicated, which is the case after Judas Maccabee killed Nicanor and defeated the Seleucids. The sacred writer of this Book is generally believed to be the high priest Eliachim, (called also Joachim.) [27] Chapters 8–16 then introduce Judith and depict her heroic actions to save her people. (a) Hebrew. "Mulier sancta," she personified the Church and many virtues – Humility, Justice, Fortitude, Chastity (the opposite of Holofernes' vices Pride, Tyranny, Decadence, Lust) – and she was, like the other heroic women of the Hebrew scriptural tradition, made into a typological prefiguration of the Virgin Mary. He is so proud that he wants to affirm his strength as a sort of divine power. The siege, which has lasted 34 days, has made the people fractious, thirsty, and bitter (Judith 7:20, 29). Much of this work has focused on linking Nebuchadnezzar with various conquerors of Judea from different time periods and, more recently, linking Judith herself with historical female leaders, including Queen Salome Alexandra, Judea's only female monarch (76–67 BC) and its last ruler to die while Judea remained an independent kingdom. But suffice it to say this: the Church has historically understood that Revelation deals with specific historical events (Nero’s persecutions, the destruction of the Second Temple, etc. In his commentary on the book of Judith, Hrabanus raises this issue, since the book of Judith does mention a timbrel in Judith’s song. ^^Copied my comment on a YouTube video in which a priest was giving a sermon. I would like to see an anointed sermon by this Spirit-filled priest on it, actually. [4][5], The Masoretic Text of the Hebrew Bible does not contain it, nor was it found among the Dead Sea Scrolls or referred to in any early Rabbinic literature. Her gender made her a natural example of the biblical paradox of "strength in weakness"; she is thus paired with David and her beheading of Holofernes paralleled with that of Goliath – both deeds saved the Covenant People from a militarily superior enemy. The book relates that Nebuchadrezzar, king of Assyria, sent his general Holofernes on an expedition against III. "[29] Other scholars note that Judith fits within and even incorporates the genre of "salvation traditions" from the Old Testament, particularly the story of Deborah and Jael (Judges 4–5), who seduced and inebriated the Canaanite commander Sisera before hammering a tent-peg into his forehead. In light of the undeniable types at play in Judith, could Romans 16:20 be paralleling or harkening back to Judith 14:5. The book of Judith is a fine work of art and its message clear and true. 30 (Open Book Publishers 2010). It tells of a Jewish widow, Judith, who uses her beauty and charm to destroy an Assyrian general and save Israel from oppression. Judith Stone does an masterful, sensitive job with her latest book about a South African girl with brown skin and dark, curly hair born to white Afrikaner parents. 34. is an imaginative, highly fictionalized, romance that entertains as it edifies. [10][11] The textual reliability of the Book of Judith was also taken for granted, to the extent that Biblical commentator Nachmanides (Ramban) quoted several passages from a Peshitta (Syriac version) of Judith in support of his rendering of Deuteronomy 21:14. Modern scholars argue in favor of a 2nd–1st century context for the Book of Judith, understanding it as a sort of roman à clef, i.e. Les deutérocanoniques ne sont pas apocryphes ! While we see elements of previous Old Testament women, such as Esther, Deborah, and particularly Jael (from Judges 4-5), in these accounts, they’re about faithful women generally. It is by way of admonition that he chastises those who are close to him.” Judith, better than virtually anyone before or since, understands that God desires to be Father, not simply Master. "[42], At the same time she is the subject of a homily by the Anglo-Saxon abbot Ælfric. (Book 1, Chapter 6). THE BOOK OF JUDITH INTRODUCTION. That is mean, such a nature is not worthy of her success [...]. The Greek version uses deliberately cryptic and anachronistic references such as "Nebuchadnezzar", a "King of Assyria", who "reigns in Nineveh", for the same king. The story revolves around Judith, a daring and beautiful widow, who is upset with her Jewish countrymen for not trusting God to deliver them from their foreign conquerors. You can read it easily all at once tonight; I highly recommend it! The transactions herein related, most probably happened in his days, and in the reign of Manasses, after his repentance and return from captivity. Have pity on the lowliness of our people, and look with favor this day on those who are consecrated to you. This is her true story, her ONLY biography to include information from those brave men who were a part of her spy circuit. [37] As a typical policy of the time, all leadership was thus transferred in the hands of the High Priest of Israel in charge, which was Joakim in this case (Judith 4:6). She continued to live on her husband's estate and was buried in his tomb. [33] This view also gained currency with scholarship in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Ashur lived at the city Nineve; and named his subjects Assyrians, who became the most fortunate nation, beyond others. [8], That midrash, whose heroine is portrayed as gorging the enemy on cheese and wine before cutting off his head, may have formed the basis of the minor Jewish tradition to eat dairy products during Hanukkah. …so what did the author mean by Nebuchadnezzar King of The Assyrians? To not only not know their Scriptures, but not know their own history? In so many ways. But there are definitely parts where they fail even a basic historical test… right? *Modern Jews, who reject the Deuterocanon, continue to celebrate Hanukkah based upon the law found in the Babylonian Talmud, or just as a cultural tradition. English playwright Howard Barker examined the Judith story and its aftermath, first in the scene "The Unforeseen Consequences of a Patriotic Act", as part of his collection of vignettes, The Possibilities. The transactions herein related, most probably happened in his days, and in the reign of Manasses, after his repentance and return from captivity. There would not be a Jew who wouldn’t know about the Assyrians (taking the 10 tribes of Israel away, hence the so called 'lost tribes ’ of Israel) in the 8th century Bc and the Babylonian … That guy was king of the Babylonians. Or perhaps a better question is, “why would a Jewish audience who could tell from the first verse of the Book that this wasn’t traditional history embrace it as Scripture?” Well, I think that what’s going on is the same thing that’s happening in the Book of Revelation: there’s an epic historical battle layed out in a mix of historical and metaphorical terms. For Elam left behind him the Elamites, the ancestors of the Persians. Also, the reasons for the name changes are difficult to understand, unless the text was transmitted without character names before they were added by the Greek translator, who lived centuries later. (see the material given by T. W. Davies, ISBE, III, p. 1780). Campaign against Bethulia; the people want to surrender (7:6–32), A'. THE BOOK OF JUDITH. In contrast, the second half is devoted mainly to Judith's strength of character and the beheading scene. The Book of Judith (second or early first century b.c.e.) Here’s the one I’ve heard most often. In the case of the Book of Judith, Biblical scholar Gabriele Boccaccini,[38] identified Nebuchadnezzar with Tigranes the Great (140–56 BC), a powerful King of Armenia who, according to Josephus and Strabo, conquered all of the lands identified by the Biblical author in Judith. [citation needed], In Renaissance literature and visual arts, all of these trends were continued, often in updated forms, and developed. Les Livres Saints et La Critique Rationaliste, iv, 4th ed. The United States Episcopal Church calls for a reading of Judith 9:1, 11–14 at Mass on the Feast of St Mary Magdalen, July 22. That being said, despite the overall air of negativity to this memoir I still found it extremely relatable. She uses her charm to become an intimate friend of Holofernes, but finally beheads him allowing Israel to counter-attack the Assyrians. "The opening of the poem is lost (scholars estimate that 100 lines were lost) but the remainder of the poem, as can be seen, the poet reshaped the biblical source and set the poem's narrative to an Anglo-Saxon audience. Her speech begins at 8:11-12, where she asks, “Who are you, then, that you should have put God to the test this day, setting yourselves in the place of God in human affairs?” and ends with a profound understanding of suffering in 8:27: “Not for vengeance did the Lord put them in the crucible to try their hearts, nor has he done so with us. Ashur lived at the city Nineve; and named his subjects Assyrians, who became the most fortunate nation, beyond others. The theme of a woman defeating the enemy via an attack on the head is fulfilled in a prepatory way in Judith (Jael, too, in Judges). This is the Biblical equivalent of the famous movie line, “Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?” Or to take perhaps the two most traumatic events in modern Judaism, it would be like a modern Jewish source beginning, “When Hitler was the head of the Soviet Union in Moscow…” and no one noticing. “But I think that it’s safe to say that no one contends that Jesus viewed the Babylonian Talmud as binding?”. An extraordinary story, extraordinarily written. II. [43], A similar dynamic was created in the 16th century by the confessional strife of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation. But like I’ve said, this wasn’t just Scripture, it was history. [27], The New Oxford Annotated Apocrypha identifies a clear chiastic pattern in both "acts", in which the order of events is reversed at a central moment in the narrative (i.e., abcc'b'a'). 15 For this will be a glorious monument for thy name, when he shall *fall by the hand of a woman*.”. In this study, we will learn why the book of Judith is included in Catholic scripture but not Protestant versions of the bible. A full hour in length, it was one of the earliest feature films made in the United States. In fact, without them, there’s no Biblical record for the establishment of one of the biggest religious holidays in Judaism: Hanukkah, which Jesus Himself celebrates (see John 10:22). In medieval Christian art, the predominance of church patronage assured that Judith's patristic valences as "Mulier Sancta" and Virgin Mary prototype would prevail: from the 8th-century frescoes in Santa Maria Antigua in Rome through innumerable later bible miniatures. It also reinforced the importance of being true to the Mosaic Law. Sorry for the cheapnessof Copy+Paste but I didn’t see the reason to write it out again. Details of vocabulary and phrasing point to a Greek text written in a language modeled on the Greek developed thr… Just thought it would be an edifying read, and the types of Mary are incentive enough! Still haven’t gotten his name. When I first read Judith I was dumbfounded with how great a type of Mary Judith was. [23] Among Anglicanism, Anglo-Catholics consider it to be either an apocryphal or deuterocanonical book. Holofernes, the enemy of God’s people, whom she kills by striking the head! For other uses, see, Identification of Nebuchadnezzar with Artaxerxes III Ochus, Identification of Nebuchadnezzar with Ashurbanipal, Identification of Nebuchadnezzar with Tigranes the Great. Judith commands, plans, leads. The fictional nature "is evident from its blending of history and fiction, beginning in the very first verse, and is too prevalent thereafter to be considered as the result of mere historical mistakes. 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