Definition of Book of Judith
1. Noun. An Apocryphal book telling how Judith saved her people.
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1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"With regard to the Septuagint version of the Book of Judith it should be noted-that it ... Catholics with very few exceptions accept the Book of Judith as a ..."
2. The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh, Kt by Walter Raleigh, William Oldys, Thomas Birch (1829)
"This city, saith he, is remembered in the Canticles, and in the book of Judith, and there are that of this city understand David in Psalm cxx. and here the ..."
3. The History of Israel by Heinrich Ewald, Russell Martineau, Joseph Estlin Carpenter (1880)
"... the book of Baruch its a sixth chapter, been lately poured forth aga'n about the The standpoint of writing for Babylonian book of Judith, ..."
4. The Journal of Sacred Literature by John Kitto, Henry Burgess, Benjamin Harris Cowper (1856)
"We shall begin by endeavouring to shew the thoroughly apocryphal and fictitious character of the book of Judith," and a Diodati thinks that the apocryphal ..."