The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible is designed to show the significance of one of the most significant archaeological discoveries of the twentieth century and its wide-ranging impact on biblical studies and biblical archaeology. This volume also includes an introduction to the scholarly issues, and the role of archaeology in general and the Dead Sea Scrolls in particular on the modern interpretation of the Bible.
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Praise for the Print Edition
An excellent survey of the Dead Sea Scrolls from the standpoint of text and theology that will serve as an introduction for those who are unacquainted with the Scrolls and as a summary for those who have had some contact with them. Pfeiffer demonstrates a thorough awareness of the tremendous literature concerning the Scrolls that has arisen since 1947.
- Title: The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible
- Author: Charles F. Pfeiffer
- Publisher: Baker
- Publication Date: 1969
- Pages: 152
About Charles F. Pfeiffer
Charles F. Pfeiffer was professor of ancient literatures at Central Michigan University.