The New Testament in the Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls

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In this lecture from the 2006 Jerusalem Perspective conference, Hanan Eshel, discusses the implications of the Dead Sea Scrolls for the interpretation of the New Testament.

Special thanks to Bruce Okkema, who dedicated hundreds of hours to the creation of the videos in this series. This lecture, along with the rest of the presentations delivered at the 2006 Jerusalem Perspective conference, is available through the En-Gedi Resource Center. To purchase the lectures in audio MP3 format, or to purchase the eight-disc DVD set, click here.

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    Hanan Eshel, Ph.D. (1958-2010) was a professor in the Department of Archaeology at Bar-Ilan University. As an archaeologist and historian of the Second Temple period he made important contributions to the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls, the settlement at Qumran, and the history of…
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