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Title: War Scroll, Violence, War and Peace n the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature: Essays in Honour of Martin G. Abegg on the Ocy
Author: Davis, Kipp
Additional Authors or Contributors: Kyung S. Baek, Peter W. Flint, Dorothy M. Peters (eds)
Publisher: Brill; Publication Date: 2016
Hardcover; ISBN: 9789004271142
Volumes: 1; Pages: 492
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This volume is a collection of essays written in honour of Martin G. Abegg from a range of contributors with expertise in Second Temple Jewish literature in reflection upon Prof. Abegg's work. These essays are arranged according to four topics that deal with various aspects of text, language and interpretation of the Qumran War Scroll, and concepts of war and peace in Second Temple Jewish literature.
The contents of the volume are divided into the following four main sections: (1) The War Scroll, (2) War and Peace in the Hebrew Scriptures, (3) War and Peace in the Dead Sea Scrolls, and (4) War and Peace in early Jewish and Christian texts and interpretation.
Table of Contents
Dorothy M. Peters, Introduction
Emanuel Tov, From Concordance to Concordance: Martin G. Abegg's Work on Computerizing and Concordancing the Dead Sea Scrolls
Jason Kalman, From "The War Scroll" to A Preliminary Edition of the Unpublished Dead Sea Scrolls
THE WAR SCROLL
George J. Brooke, Text, Timing and Terror: Thematic Thoughts on the War Scroll in Conversation with the Writings of Martin G. Abegg, jr.
Robert D. Holmstedt and John Screnock, Writing a Descriptive Grammar of the Syntax and Semantics of the War Scroll: The Noun Phrase as Proof of Concept
Anthony R. Meyer, The "Mysteries of God" in the Qumran War Scroll
Kipp Davis, "There and Back Again": Reconstruction and Reconciliation of the War Texts of 4QMilhamaa (4Q246a-c)
Dongshin Dohnson Chang, Priestly Covenants in 1QM and 1QSb
Robert Kugler, The War Rule Texts and a New Theory of the People of the Dead Sea Scrolls: A Brief Thought Experiment
WAR AND PEACE IN THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS
Alex Jassen, Violent Imaginaries and Practical Violence in the War Scroll
Brian Schultz, The Naval Battle in the Qumran War Texts
John Kampen, Wisdom, Poverty, and Non-Violence in Instruction
Dorothy M. Peters and Esther Eshel, Cutting Off Shechem: Levi and His Sword in the Rylands Genizah Fragment of the Aramaic Levi Document
James E. Bowley, Prophecy, False Prophecy, and War in the Dead Sea Scrolls
Daniel K. Falk, Prayer, Liturgy and War
Ian Werrett in collaboration with Stephen Parker, Purity in War: What is it Good for?
WAR AND PEACE IN EARLY JEWISH AND CHRISTIAN TEXT AND INTERPRETATION
Torleif Elgvin, Violence, Apologetics, and Resistance: Hasmonaean Ideology and Yahad Texts in Dialogue
Craig A. Evans, Jesus, Satan and Holy War in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls
Kyung S. Baek, The Sword-in-the-Mouth of Jesus the King: Declarations of War and Peace in the Gospel of Matthew
Michael O. Wise, Papyrus - ever 30 and the Bar Kokhba Revolt
Steve Delamarter, The Cave 11 Psalm Scroll (11Q5) and the Textual History of Ethiopic Psalm 151: Memory and Interpretation of David as Anointed Warrior