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Religion in the Dead Sea Scrolls
Edited by John J. Collins and Robert A. Kugler
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The Dead Sea Scrolls have profoundly changed the way we think about the Bible. But what is the religion found in the Scrolls themselves? This book provides a much-needed assessment of several major aspects of the religion of the Dead Sea Scrolls in light of recent publications. Eight leading experts explore the concept of divinity in the Scrolls, the Scrolls relation to important halakic issues, the question of Hellenistic influence in the Scrolls, and the apocalypticism and messianism specific to the Scrolls.
John J. Collins
Craig A. Evans
Hannah K. Harrington
Robert A. Kugler
Timothy H. Lim
James C. VanderKam
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About the Editors
John J. Collins is the Holmes Professor of Old Testament at Yale University Divinity School. Robert A. Kugler is the associate professor of religious studies at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington.
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