On a cold wintery day in 604 BCE, the original Jeremiah scroll was cut up, piece by piece, and thrown into a fire until it was consumed. Beginning this week, Ross K Nichols attempts to reconstruct this ancient, precious scroll by following the clues in our present Book of Jeremiah. How much of the charred remains of Jeremiah’s original scroll can be recovered from those ancient flames? Don’t miss, Reading Jeremiah’s Burnt Scroll.
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