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Qumran Studies: New Approaches, New Questions
Davis, Michael†Thomas and Brent†A. Strawn, editors

Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2007 pp. xxviii + 296. $30.00


Description: In Qumran Studies the texts considered are oldóbut the questions are new, standard positions are revisited, and issues are reopened with fresh results. The Dead Sea Scrolls have undeniably revolutionized scholarly understanding on a number of fronts. This revolution has been ongoing for over fifty years and shows no signs of letting upóespecially as full publication of the Scrolls is now complete. With that publication, the important work of interpretation and analysis can continue with a rethinking of earlier analyses in light of the full evidence. This volume makes a signal scholarly contribution toward that end.

Subjects: Literature, Dead Sea Scrolls

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Review by Heinz-Josef Fabry
Published 5/3/2008
Citation: Heinz-Josef Fabry, review of Michael Thomas Davis and Brent A. Strawn, eds., Qumran Studies: New Approaches, New Questions, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2008).


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