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Edited by Eugene Ulrich, University of Notre Dame
This single volume collects all the Hebrew biblical manuscripts from Qumran—a transcription of each fragment in biblical order plus its textual variants. These manuscripts are the most authentic witnesses to the Scriptures at the birth of Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism.
E. Earle Ellis
Primary motifs in the New Testament, the person of Jesus and the future kingdom of God, resurrection and hell, are examined within their historical and hermeneutical context. New interpretations are offered in the light of contemporary scholarly discussion and debate.
This book explores the usefulness of the concept of Wirkungsgeschichte for New Testament interpretation by analysing Mt 14:22-33 in the light of six works of art and a selection of nineteenth century theological texts.
This study argues that the book of Ezekiel was designed to shape the self-understanding of the exilic community. It explores historical context, overall literary arrangement, individual rhetorical techniques, and the effect of the book on its first readership. This publication has also been ...
This study develops Hurshovski's integrational semantics as a conceptual framework for exploring dimensions of representation in ancient Hebrew narratives. A suggestive reading, as well as a hypothetical representeme for Judges, challenges the use of modernist logic in reading these narratives.
Edited by Donald W. Parry and Elisha Qimron
This edition comprises new transcriptions of the great Isaiah Scroll (1QIsaa), with photographs from the S.J. Schweig and John C. Trever Collections. It aims to present the most accurate text, including the original text later emended by the scribe or by others, and greatly improves the reading ...
Daniel K. Falk
This book presents evidence that daily, sabbath, and festival prayers found at Qumran represent liturgical traditions of different origin. They may thus provide testimony to wider Jewish prayer practice in the Second Temple period.
Edited by Gerard P. Luttikhuizen
Translation and commentary by Christopher T. Begg and Paul Spilsbury
B. Jongeling, C.J. Labuschagne, A.S. van der Woude
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