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Baruch's Tale: The Story of the Prophet Jeremiah Told by His Scribe

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Author John Gibbon

ISBN 9781734585940

Pages 168

Who was the strange, enigmatic old man present at the nocturnal meeting hosted by old Nebuzaradan, one of Babylon's great princes? Boaz the orphan boy and one of the Judahite exiles residing in Babylon, was also in attendance, together with the elders of his community. As the night progressed, the two old men unfolded the story of the Great Siege of Jerusalem (587 bce), the destruction of the city by the Babylonian army, the burning of Solomon's Temple and the pivotal role played in these events by the great prophet Jeremiah. The story kindled in Boaz a desire in later life to return and take part in the rebuilding of Jerusalem, the Temple, and its walls.

John Gibbon was born in 1949 in Manchester, UK. He was an undergraduate at the University of Birmingham (1967-70) and then received his PhD in Mathematics from the University of Manchester in 1973. He has lived in London since 1980 when he joined the Mathematics Department of Imperial College London. He was promoted to full Professor in 1990 and served as a Consul (207-10). Consuls are senior Faculty who are elected to manage issues such as the academic promotions process, academic standards in appointments and the award of prizes. He is now an Emeritus Professor of Applied Mathematics. 

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