Jeremiah serves as a prophet from the 13th year of king Josiah through the fall of Jerusalem, 626-586 B.C. Jeremiah is eyewitness to the Babylonian attacks on Jerusalem in 605 and 597, and he is in Jerusalem during the two-year Babylonian siege of the city, 588-586 B.C. Lamentations is Jeremiah's eyewitness account of the terrible suffering of a people who watch priest and prophet killed in the temple and are driven in desperation to eat their own children. Join Logos Bible Study's Dr. Bill Creasy as he explores the five acrostic poems that compose the book of Lamentations. Download and start listening now!