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Index Of Ancient Sources

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This index section of this book titled Echoes from the Caves: Qumran and the New Testament presents the list of chapters from Hebrew Bible, Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha and New Testament and the list of Apostolic authors, classical authors, Rabbinic literature and Dead Sea Scrolls. The book is a sociological analysis of the relationship between modern society, in particular America, and Calvinism in the Weberian tradition. While it continues this tradition, it further expands, elaborates on, and goes beyond earlier sociological analyses. The book examines the impact of Calvinism on modern society as a whole, thus extending, elaborating on, and going beyond the previous analyses of the influence of the Calvinist religion only on the capitalist economy. It argues, demonstrates, and illustrates the Calvinist societal &t;predestination&t;, through the Puritan determination, of American society.

Keywords: American society; Calvinism; caves; echoes; New Testament; Qumran



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