Title: Crossing Imaginary Boundaries: The Dead Sea ...
Publisher: The Finnish Exegetical Society
Publication Date: 2015
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
278 p. Includes bibliography. The contributions of "Crossing Imaginary Boundaries" explore the Dead Sea Scrolls within the broader context of Second Temple Judaism. The volume challenges the reader to rethink critically the categories and interdisciplinary borders currently used in the study of ancient Jewish texts. In particular, Qumran research has frequently been seen as a limited esoteric area closed off from other areas of Biblical studies. This collection is an attempt to question and bridge some of these imaginary boundaries between scholarly disciplines and to demonstrate the importance of crossing them in order to get a fuller understanding of all these ancient texts and their underlying social phenomena. Bookseller Inventory # 9519217630FIN070815
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