The Bible at Qumran: Text, Shape, and Interpretation
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 26 mar 2001 - 266
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.
Martin G. Abegg Jr.
James E. Bowley
Craig A. Evans
Peter W. Flint
James A. Sanders
James M. Scott
James C. VanderKam
Robert W. Wall
Bruce K. Waltke
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