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Index Of Modern Authors

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This index presents the list of modern authors name that occur in the book titled Rethinking Rewritten Scripture. The five Qumran manuscripts labelled 4QReworked Pentateuch (4Q158; 4Q364-367) have come to function in the last several years as a connecting link between two scholarly discourses that had previously been carried on largely independently of one another. On the one hand, the finds in the caves surrounding Khirbet Qumran had revolutionized the discussion of the textual history of the Hebrew Bible. On the other hand, prompted by the discovery and publication of texts such as the Genesis Apocryphon and the Temple Scroll, other scholars were discussing the phenomenon of 'rewritten Scripture,' in which Second Temple authors expressed exegetical and theological opinions by presenting a new version of scriptural narratives and laws.

Keywords:Qumran manuscripts; rewritten scripture; Second Temple

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