Reading the Dead Sea scrolls [electronic resource] : essays in method / George J. Brooke, with the assistance of Nathalie LaCoste
- Brooke, George J.
- Atlanta : Society of Biblical Literature, 
- Physical Description:
- xxi, 286 pages ; 24 cm.
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- The Qumran scrolls and the demise of the distinction between higher and lower criticism -- The formation and renewal of scriptural tradition -- Justifying deviance: the place of scripture in converting to a Qumran self-understanding -- Memory, cultural memory, and rewriting scripture -- Hypertextuality and the "parabiblical" Dead Sea scrolls -- Controlling Intertexts and Hierarchies of Echo in two thematic eschatalogical commentaries from Qumran -- Pesher and midras in Qumran literature: issues for lexicography -- Genre theory, rewritten Bible and Pesher -- Room for interpretation: an analysis of spatial imagery in the Qumran pesharim -- The silent God, the abused mother, and the self-justifying sons: a psychodynamic reading of the Qumran scrolls -- The silent God, aboused mother, and the self-justifying sons : a psychodynamic reading of Scriptural exegesis in the Pesharim -- Types of historiography in the Qumran scrolls -- What makes a text historical? assumptions behind the classification of some Dead Sea scrolls -- The scrolls from Qumran and Old Testament theology.
- 9781589839038 (hardcover binding : alk. paper)
9781589839014 (paper binding : alk. paper)
9781589839021 (electronic format)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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