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What Are the Dead Sea Scrolls and Why Do They Matter? Paperback – March 21, 2007
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About the Author
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Pam Fox Kuhlken is assistant professor of English at Arizona Western College and teaches in the graduate Creative Writing Program at Perelandra College.
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Top Customer Reviews
While not the most detail-oriented of the books I purchased, it still contains lots of meat, and none of the sensationalist claims of other, less academic books. This book does not get too lost in the extra-canonical material, discussing mostly the Hebrew Bible material, and its implications and impact on western political and religious thought.
Highly recommended when purchased in conjunction with a copy of the DSS Bible, and perhaps Timothy H Lim's "The Dead Sea Scrolls: a very short introduction."
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book is an excellent abbreviated resource of the general contents of the Dead Sea scrolls. It does an excellent job at using them to explain the Jewish religious, social and... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Robert R. Braun
I recently finished reading this nonfiction book & enjoyed reading it very much. What I enjoyed most about this book is how very readable it was. Read morePublished on February 20, 2009 by L. A. Vitale