This exists in a Latin translation, the Greek being lost. Chapters 3-14 consist of a series of angelic revelations and visions in which Ezra is instructed in some of the great mysteries of the moral world, and assured of the final triumph of the righteous. The date of the book is uncertain. Like the first book, it was probably written in Egypt.
Bibliography InformationSmith, William, Dr. "Entry for 'Esdras, The Second Book of'". "Smith's Bible Dictionary".