The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible: The Oldest Known Bible Translated for the First Time into English

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Harper Collins, Oct 22, 2002 - Religion - 672 pages
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From the dramatic find in the caves of Qumran, the world's most ancient version of the Bible allows us to read the scriptures as they were in the time of Jesus.

  

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Great resource

User Review  - Jonathan - Christianbook.com

Great resource,it is based on fragments found so not every book is complete,but is a wonderful tool to compare modern translations to the ones that were read back in the times of Jesus. Read full review

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User Review  - Theresa - Goodreads

Read this slowly a couple of stanzas at time. Very detailed in information, relating to the finding, accurate translations, differences between texts, what the cultural meaning of the texts were. Read full review

Contents

Genesis
3
Exodus
23
Leviticus
77
Numbers
108
Deuteronomy
145
Jubilees
196
PROPHETS
199
Joshua
201
Zephaniah
463
Haggai
467
Zechariah
470
Malachi
476
Enoch
480
Daniel
482
OTHER BOOKS
503
Psalms
505

Judges
208
Samuel
213
Kings
260
Isaiah
267
Jeremiah
382
Ezekiel
407
The Book of theTwelve Minor Prophets
417
Hosea
419
Joel
428
Amos
433
Obadiah
441
Jonah
443
Micah
447
Nahum
455
Habakkuk
459
Job
590
Proverbs
594
Ben Sira Sirach
597
Ruth
607
The Song of Songs Canticles
611
Qohelet Ecclesiastes
619
Lamentations
622
The Epistle of Jeremiah
628
Esther
630
Chronicles
632
EzraNehemiah
634
Tobit
636
Bibliography
647
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About the author (2002)

Martin Abegg Jr. is co-director of the Dead Sea Scrolls Institute at Trinity Western University in British Columbia. He is one of the translators of The Dead Sea Scrolls (HarperSanFrancisco, 1996).

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