Monthly Archives: April 2005

The Scrolls and the Hebrew Bible (Or: anticipating publication of 4QSama)

It is well-recognized that the Dead Sea Scrolls have revolutionized – and exceedingly complicated – our understanding of the text and history of the Hebrew Bible. Most of my research on the scrolls has focused on what has been perhaps … Continue reading

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DSS Updates, including Abegg lecture online and some pictures.

I have uploaded an MP3 of Dr. Martin Abegg’s public lecture he gave at Taylor University College last week (April 4, 2005): "Jesus in the Dead Sea Scrolls? Messianic Expectations at Qumran." Dr. Martin Abegg is Co-Director of the Dead … Continue reading

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Sorry for the Lost Comments!

I just wanted to apologize to everyone who commented on my first two posts, since they have left the blogosphere! In an attempt to change my RSS feed to include the entire post rather than a summary, I messed up … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Technology & the Reconstruction of Dead Sea Scrolls

I am amazed at the benefits of computer technology for studying the Scriptures. This was recently impressed upon me again while visiting with Marty Abegg, who was in town giving some special lectures on the Dead Sea Scrolls at Taylor … Continue reading

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Welcome to my blogspot!

Welcome to my blogspot! I hope that my blog will be worthy of your attention. I hope to post my musings on Biblical Studies, Biblical Hebrew, Dead Sea Scrolls, Septuagint, Popular Culture, and pretty much anything else that interests me! … Continue reading

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