Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls
In the latest volume of the distinguished Anchor Bible Reference Library, the author of Jesus Within Judaism explains why the Dead Sea Scrolls have been called the greatest archaeological find of the millennium and how they have revolutionized our understanding of Jesus of Nazareth. Photographs and drawings.
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Membership in the Covenant People at Qumran
James H Charlesworth
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