Biblioteca della Pontificia Università della Santa Croce Library Catalog

The Dead Sea scrolls and the New Testament / George J. Brooke.

By: Brooke, George J [autore]Publication details: Minneapolis : Fortress Press, 2005Description: xxii, 314 p. ; 22 cmISBN: 0800637232; 9780800637231; 0800637240; 9780800637248Additional physical formats: Risorsa digitale:: The Dead Sea scrolls and the New Testament DDC classification: 296.155
Contents:
Part 1. Generally illuminating -- 1. The Qumran scrolls and the study of the New Testament -- 2. Jesus, the Dead Sea Scrolls and scrolls scholarship -- 3. The 'Canon within the Canon' at Qumran and in the New Testament -- 4. Biblical interpretation in the Qumran scrolls and the New Testament -- 5. Shared intertextual interpretations in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament -- Part 2. Particular scrolls illuminate their New Testament counterparts -- 6. The 'Temple Scroll' and the New Testament -- 7. Levi and the Levites in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament -- 8. The 'Apocryphon of Levi?' and the Messianic servant high priest -- 9. Luke -- Acts and the Qumran scrolls : the case of MMT -- 10. The 'Commentary on Genesis A' and the New Testament -- 11. From Qumran to Corinth : embroidered allusions to women's authority -- Part 3. The scrolls and the Gospels : mutual illumination of particular passages -- Matthew: -- 12. The wisdom of Matthew's Beatitudes -- Mark: -- 13. 4Q500 1 and the use of scripture in the parable of the vineyard -- Luke: -- 14. Qumran : the cradle of the Christ? -- 15. Songs of revolution : the song of Miriam and its counterparts -- John: -- 16. 4Q252 and the 153 fish of John 21:11 -- Select bibliography -- Index of Bible references -- Index of non-biblical sources -- Index of modern authors.
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Bibliogr. p. 298-301.

Part 1. Generally illuminating -- 1. The Qumran scrolls and the study of the New Testament -- 2. Jesus, the Dead Sea Scrolls and scrolls scholarship -- 3. The 'Canon within the Canon' at Qumran and in the New Testament -- 4. Biblical interpretation in the Qumran scrolls and the New Testament -- 5. Shared intertextual interpretations in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament -- Part 2. Particular scrolls illuminate their New Testament counterparts -- 6. The 'Temple Scroll' and the New Testament -- 7. Levi and the Levites in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament -- 8. The 'Apocryphon of Levi?' and the Messianic servant high priest -- 9. Luke -- Acts and the Qumran scrolls : the case of MMT -- 10. The 'Commentary on Genesis A' and the New Testament -- 11. From Qumran to Corinth : embroidered allusions to women's authority -- Part 3. The scrolls and the Gospels : mutual illumination of particular passages -- Matthew: -- 12. The wisdom of Matthew's Beatitudes -- Mark: -- 13. 4Q500 1 and the use of scripture in the parable of the vineyard -- Luke: -- 14. Qumran : the cradle of the Christ? -- 15. Songs of revolution : the song of Miriam and its counterparts -- John: -- 16. 4Q252 and the 153 fish of John 21:11 -- Select bibliography -- Index of Bible references -- Index of non-biblical sources -- Index of modern authors.

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