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When a group of Bedouin shepherds first stumbled upon the Dead Sea Scrolls in a group of caves, they hung them on tent poles and sold them for a few dollars each. The Scrolls source and substance now realized, they are among the most important manuscripts for our knowledge of the Hebrew Bible, Apocrypha, and the history of Judaica. The Eerdmans Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls offers reliable scholarship on a range of issues from how the Scrolls impact modern biblical exegesis, to current debates on the Scrolls’ illumination of Second Temple Judaism. In addition to the valuable scholarly work from experts like John J. Collins and James C. VanderKam, this collection includes a layman’s crash course in the Scrolls’ substance and significance from Pam Fox Kuhlken and Noel Freedman.
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