Echoes from the Caves: Qumran and the New Testament

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F. Garc-A Mart-Nez
BRILL, 2009 - Religion - 349 pages
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In spite of the amount of literature on the relationship between the Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament, no consensus among the scholars has emerged as yet on how to explain both the similarities and the differences among the two corpora of religious writings. This volume contains a revised form of the contributions to an experts meeting held at the Catholic University of Leuven on December 2007 dedicated to explore the relationship among the two corpora and to understand both the commonalities and the differences between the two corpora from the perspective of the common ground from which both corpora have developed: the Hebrew Bible.
 

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Contents

Qumran Between the Old and the New Testament
1
The Presectarian Jesus
33
The Interpretation of Psalm 2
61
Exegesis Based
83
4Q521 and Lukes Magnificat and Benedictus
119
Marriage and Creation in Mark 10 and CD 45
133
Temple Sacrifice and Priesthood in the Epistle to the Hebrews
165
Windows on Qumran
177
Comparing Qumranic and Early
211
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231
Jewish Light on the Book
257
New Exodus and Exile
279
Belief in Resurrection and its Religious Settings in Qumran
299
Index of References
321
Index of Modern Authors
344
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Florentino Garc a Mart nez was Professor of Early Judaism and Dead Sea Scrolls at the Catholic University of Leuven and at the University of Groningen where he led the Qumran Instituut. He is a member of the International Team of Editors of the Dead Sea Scrolls, editorial secretary of the "Revue de Qumr n," and editor-in-chief of the "Journal for the Study of Judaism." He has written numerous books and article on the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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