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La première épître de Paul aux Thessaloniciens à la lumière des manuscrits de la mer Morte

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In this chapter, the author explains the Qumran texts for understanding the First Epistle of Paul to the Thessalonians. In particular, he proposes a reading passages, words or phrases from the first letter to the Thessalonians in connection with the parallel texts of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Reconciliations can be established between some texts of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the first letter of Paul to the Thessalonians. The chapter raises the question of how to explain reconciliations that have been established by the relationship of Paul, from the Diaspora, formed at the feet of Gamaliel with Zadokite environment. The use of the term "son of light" in the Dead Sea Scrolls had raised the issue much debated in the letter to the Thessalonians from a Paul in Qumran literature. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Dead Sea Scrolls; Diaspora; epistle of Paul; Thessalonians; Qumran texts.



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