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Author: Devorah Dimant,Reinhard G Kratz
ISBN: 3161498496
Pages: 226 pages
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck (December 31, 2009)
Language: English
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e-Book The Dynamics of Language and Exegesis at Qumran (Forschungen Zum Alten Testament 2) epub download

by Devorah Dimant,Reinhard G Kratz



The discovery of the Qumran scrolls sixty years ago revolutionized our understanding of the development and exegesis of the Hebrew Bible

The discovery of the Qumran scrolls sixty years ago revolutionized our understanding of the development and exegesis of the Hebrew Bible. It became clear that both are mutually involved processes which started during the final stages of the Hebrew Bible and went on until its final canonization around 100 CA.

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Professor of Bible and Ancient Jewish Literature Devorah Dimant, Reinhard Kratz. The discovery of the Qumran scrolls sixty years ago revolutionized our understanding of the development and exegesis of the Hebrew Bible

Professor of Bible and Ancient Jewish Literature Devorah Dimant, Reinhard Kratz. The discovery of the Qumran scrolls sixty years ago revolutionized our understanding of the development and exegesis of the Hebrew Bible. Dated as they are between 300 BCE - 50 CA, the Qumran documents are placed precisely at the crucial stages of these developments.

Author(s): Dimant, Devorah. Kratz, Reinhard G. year: 2009. Forschungen zum Alten Testament. Issue, Series Volume: 35. Place of Publication: Tübingen. Journal, Book Title Series Title: Forschungen zum Alten Testament. Publisher: Mohr Siebeck. Record number: 2 813. Powered by Drupal.

In the recent two decades many unknown texts from Qumran have been published, which rework passages from the . Devorah Dimant, Reinhard Gregor Kratz.

In the recent two decades many unknown texts from Qumran have been published, which rework passages from the Hebrew Bible. Dated from the second and first centuries BCE these documents display th. More).

Professor Devorah Dimant is Professor (Emerita) of Biblical Studies at the University of Haifa. from the Hebrew University and is a leading Qumran scholar.

The History of Scholarship on Qumran Manuscript 4Q158.

Forschungen zum Alten Testament. Hermann Spieckermann (Göttingen). 443. Part Four The Significance of Second Temple Literature and the Dead Sea Scrolls for the Formation of the Pentateuch. Bernard M. Levinson Introduction . The History of Scholarship on Qumran Manuscript 4Q158. 483. Molly M. Zahn Scribal Revision and the Composition of the Pentateuch – Methodological Issues.

Devorah Dimant, Reinhard G. Kratz. Zeit und Ewigkeit als Raum gottlichen Handelns: che, theologische und philosophische Perspektiven (Beihefte zur Zeitschrift fur die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 390). Reinhard G. Kratz & Hermann Spieckermann.

Series: Forschungen Zum Alten Testament (Book 2). Paperback: 279 pages. ISBN-13: 978-3161498206.

The discovery of the Qumran scrolls sixty years ago revolutionized our understanding of the development and exegesis of the Hebrew Bible. It became clear that both are mutually involved processes which started during the final stages of the Hebrew Bible and went on until its final canonization around 100 CA. Dated as they are between 300 BCE - 50 CA, the Qumran documents are placed precisely at the crucial stages of these developments. The recent publication of the entire collection of the scrolls illuminates these stages and opens new vistas on the early exegesis of the Hebrew Bible and its dynamics. In this volume, the authors deal with these issues in the light of the new material. Several articles trace the development from inner biblical interpretation to its follow-up in the scrolls and other ancient Jewish writings. Other contributions examine how various biblical narratives and figures are interpreted by the scrolls. The exegetical technique of the Pesharim, the particular interpretation of the biblical prophets, nurtured by the owners of the Qumran scrolls, is the subject of other discussions, while the relationship of the Book of Tobit and Qumran is the object of two of the studies in this volume.