Second Thoughts on the Dead Sea Scrolls

F.F. Bruce

The Paternoster Press, 1956
[Reproduced by permission from the
American edition, Eerdmans, 1959.]

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Wadi Qumaran, Looking Towards the Dead Sea

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From the dust jacket:

This is a book that has been eagerly awaited by many readers who have been confused by the conflicting reports of the importance of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Ever since this outstanding discovery was first announced, a spate of books and articles have poured from the press, some good, some of doubtful value, and others frankly misleading. What is the ordinary, interested, thoughtful non-specialist reader to believe?

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At Khirbet Qumran

In this present work the careful and learned Professor of Biblical History and Literature in the University of Sheffield has sifted all the evidence at present available, good, bad and indifferent, and has given us the fruit of his own insight into the interpretation of the light that these discoveries cast upon the Word of God, and especially upon happenings in the obscure Roman province of Judaea at the time when "the Word became flesh and pitched His tent among" men. In this book

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