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Judaism in Late Antiquity. Part Five: The Judaism of Qumran: A Systemic Reading of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Volume One: Theory of Israel

Editorial: Brill, Leiden, Boston, and Koln, 2001
ISBN 10: 9004120017 / ISBN 13: 9789004120013
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Título: Judaism in Late Antiquity. Part Five: The ...

Editorial: Brill, Leiden, Boston, and Koln

Año de publicación: 2001

Encuadernación: Hardcover

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Sinopsis: The authors have asked of the documents of the Dead Sea Library found at Qumran a simple question: how does each participate in a single Judaic religious system? They propose a reading of the Scrolls from the hypothesis that all of them, in one way or another, rest upon one, authoritative, Judaism. Their analysis of the Dead Sea Scrolls describes how diverse writings hold together to make a single coherent statement, to stand for a religious system possessed of integrity and wisdom. This account of the world view of Judaism covers principal questions addressed to any Judaic religious system: the doctrine of God, the Torah, and matters of history, wisdom, and mysticism. When it comes to the way of life, they include the evidence of the material culture of the community as well as practical matters of religious conduct. How the community's world view comes to realization is suggested by its treatment of the calendar, by its provision of laws that concern women, by questions of cultic and secular purity, by its piety and forms of worship and views of Temple, sacrifice, and the like. Finally, with the community's definition of "Israel" and of itself in relationship to "Israel", inclusive of Israelites excluded from this "Israel", an account is gained of the theory of who and what is Israel that animates the particular Judaism represented in these writings.

Biografía del autor: Alan J. Avery-Peck is Kraft-Hiatt Professor in Judaic Studies in the Religious Studies Department of the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts. Previously he held the post of Professor of Classical Studies at Tulane University, New Orleans, where he was also director of the Jewish Studies Program. Alongside his many publications on Rabbinic Judaism, he is editor of "Review of Rabbinic Judaism: Ancient, Medieval and Modern." Jacob Neusner, Ph.D., Columbia University, is Research Professor of Religion and Theology at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. He has published more than 800 books and is Editor of The Brill Reference Library of Ancient Judaism: "Studies in Ancient Judaism" (University Press of America); "Academic Studies in the History of Judaism, Academic Studies on Religion and the Social Order, " and "International Studies in Formative Christianity and Judaism" (all published by Global Publications, SUNY, Binghamton). Bruce Chilton, Bard College, is a scholar of early Christianity and Judaism, who has authored the first critical translation of the Aramaic version of Isaiah ("The Isaiah Targum," 1987), as well as academic studies that put Jesus in his Jewish context ("A Galilean Rabbi and His Bible," 1984; "The Temple of Jesus," 1992; "Pure Kingdom," 1996; "Rabbi Jesus," 2000).

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