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Number of Pages: 400
Vendor: B&H Books
Publication Date: 2010
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Book seven in a greatly successful, visually-driven yet content-rich reference series, the Holman QuickSource™ Guide to the Dead Sea Scrolls gives the reader a strong overview and understanding of the Dead Sea Scrolls and their importance for Christianity as outlined by esteemed professor and author Craig A. Evans.
Topics covered will include the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, notes on the Dead Sea region, the contents and dates of the Scrolls, who wrote and gathered them, first and second generation scholars of the Scrolls, and more.
Craig A. Evans is Payzant Distinguished Professor of New Testament and director of the graduate program at Acadia Divinity College in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. A widely recognized expert on the Bible and Archaeology, and Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls, he also authored Jesus, the Final Days (with N. T. Wright) and Fabricating Jesus and is regular guest on Dateline NBC.
Evangeline Tanjutco5 Stars Out Of 5September 13, 2010Evangeline TanjutcoThe book makes the scrolls' importance, especially to a Bible reader, easier to understand. Compared to other books written about the subject which for the most part spoke to researchers, students and scholars, this book speaks to the average reader and makes the complex simple and fun to read and does not take away the depth of the researh and study involving the scrolls.