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The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible: The Oldest Known Bible Translated for the First Time Into Englishby Martin Abegg
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From the dramatic find in the caves of Qumran, The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible presents the world's most precious and ancient version of the Bible. One thousand years older than any existing manuscripts, these scrolls allow us to read the Bible it was in the time of Jesus.
Preserving parts of all but one biblical book, scrolls confirm that the text of the Old Testament as it has been handed down through the ages is largely correct. Yet, they also reveal numerous important differences. The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible:
The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible presents all 220 of the Dead Sea biblical scrolls, arranged to be read in canonical order. The texts are translated into English by Eugene Ulrich, one of the three general editors of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Peter Flint and Martin Abegg Jr., the directors of the Dead Sea Scrolls Institute. Commentary by the editors provides insight into the rich cultural and religious traditions behind the scrolls and the Bible itself.
Three of the world's leading Dead Sea Scroll scholars present the earliest biblical documents ever discovered
Clear, concise commentary
Translates all 220 biblical Dead Sea Scrolls
Restores lost Psalms
Reveals previously unknown details of biblical characters' lives
Three of the world's leading Dead Sea Scroll scholars present the earliest biblical documents ever discovered <BR> Clear, concise commentary <BR> Translates all 220 biblical Dead Sea Scrolls <BR> Restores lost Psalms <BR> Reveals previously unknown details of biblical characters' lives <BR> 320 pp.
About the Author
Martin Abegg Jr. is co-director of the Dead Sea Scrolls Institute at Trinity Western University in British Columbia. He is one of the translators of The Dead Sea Scrolls (HarperSanFrancisco, 1996).
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