Who wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls?: the Search for the Secret of Qumran

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Michael O'Mara Books Limited, 1995 - Religion - 446 pages
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WHO WROTE THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS?: The Search for the Secret of Qumran

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The freshest, most elegantly written of the new books about the origins of the Dead Sea Scrolls (see Reclaiming the Dead Sea Scrolls, p. 1107, The Hidden Scrolls, p. 1108). In this very thorough study ... Read full review

Who wrote the Dead Sea scrolls?: the search for the secret of Qumran

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Contrary to scholarly consensus, Golb contends that, rather than being the product of sectarian scribes, the Dead Sea Scrolls were the work of individuals from many diverse groups and that they were ... Read full review

Contents

The Qumran Plateau
13
The Manuscripts of the Jews
43
A Paradigm Reconsidered
95
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