The Dead Sea Scrolls and Christian Origins (Google eBook)

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2000 - Religion - 290 pages
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The Bible at Qumran puts the Dead Sea Scrolls to use in exploring two principal themes: the text and shape of the "Bible" at Qumran and the interpretation of these scriptures in this fascinating Jewish community. Written by leading scholars in the field, these informed studies make an important contribution to our understanding of the biblical text at a pivotal period in history. Contributors: Martin G. Abegg Jr. James E. Bowley Craig A. Evans Peter W. Flint James A. Sanders James M. Scott Eugene Ulrich James C. VanderKam Robert W. Wall Bruce K. Waltke
  

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Page xiii - JAOS Journal of the American Oriental Society JBL Journal of Biblical Literature...
Page i - General Editors The Dead Sea Scrolls have been the object of intense interest in recent years, not least because of the release of previously unpublished texts from Qumran Cave 4 since the fall of 1991. With the wealth of new documents that have come to light, the field of Qumran studies has undergone a renaissance. Scholars have begun to question the established conclusions of the last generation; some widely held beliefs have withstood scrutiny, but others have required revision or even dismissaL...
Page xi - Abbreviations AASOR Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research AB Anchor Bible ABC AK Grayson, Assyrian and Babylonian Chronicles (TCS, 5; Locust Valley: JJ Augustin, 1975) ABD DN Freedman et al.
Page xii - BASOR Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research BDB F. Brown, SR Driver, and CA Briggs, A Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament. Oxford: Clarendon, 1907.

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