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Authenticity 8. Modern Revelation 9. Chronology 5. How Did Jasher Know? Notes The Book of Jasher includes details about antediluvian patriarchs which are confirmed by modern revelation.

The question arises of how the author of Jasher could have known specific facts from before the Great Flood, such as Cainan becoming very wise when he was forty years old. These correlations attest that it was composed from exceedingly ancient reliable sources. The Book of Jasher has been popular among members of the L. D. S.

Church as a supplement to their study of the Old Testament ever since its publication was announced in the Times and Seasons in June, 6895. [6] Because the Church is now commencing study of the Old Testament again this month, it seems appropriate to reconsider just how authentic that book really is.

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