The Dead Sea Scrolls Today

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1994 M05 16 - 208 pages
An eminent Dead Sea Scrolls researcher offers a popular, up-to-date introduction to the scrolls and the ongoing debate that surrounds their study.

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Accessible overview of the history and controversies surrounding the Dead Sea Scrolls. The main body has been updated, but the postscript was disappointing in that it seemed to gloss over the ongoing ... Read full review

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This book presents an overview of Dead Sea Scrolls scholarship. It is written generally for the lay person, nothing complex is discussed. If one is unfamiliar with the dead sea scrolls and their impact on biblical scholarship this is an excellent read. Read full review

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LIX
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LXXIX
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LXXX
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CXIX
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