||Studies on the texts of the desert of Judah, 0169-9962 ; v. 102
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||2 Corinthians 6:14-7:1 again: a change in perspective / George J. Brooke -- Les manuscrits de la mer Morte et l'épître aux Galates: quelques cas d'interdiscursivité / Jean-Sébastien Rey -- Galatians 3:10-14 in the light of Qumran / Florentino García Martínez -- 4QMMT and the letters of Paul: selected aspects of mutual illumination / Lutz Doering -- Ḥesed dans la Règle de la communauté et charis dans l'épître de Paul aux Galates / Jan Dušek -- Philippiens 3,21-4,1 et 1QS iv 6-8 / Christian Grappe -- La première épître de Paul aux Thessaloniciens à la lumière des manuscrits de la mer Morte / Claude Coulot -- "Les œuvres de la Loi": mariage et divorce à Qumrân et dans les lettres de Paul / Émile Puech -- Body and sin: Romans and Colossians in light of Qumranic and rabbinic texts / Menahem Kister -- Image of God and image of Christ: developments in Pauline and ancient Jewish anthropology / Friedrich Avemarie -- Paul's view of the Spirit in the light of Qumran / Jörg Frey -- Paul and the Jerusalem church: light from the scrolls on Graeco-Semitic language contacts and ethics of gospel mission / Albert L.A. Hogeterp -- Israel and the community in Paul (Rom 9-11) and the rule texts from Qumran / Jutta Leonhardt-Balzer -- Ends meet: Qumran and Paul on circumcision / Daniel R. Schwartz -- Overlapping ages at Qumran and "apocalyptic" in Pauline theology / Loren T. Stuckenbruck.
||The relationships between Pauline literature and the Dead Sea scrolls have fascinated specialists ever since the latter were first discovered. Now that all the Qumran scrolls have been published, it is possible to see more clearly the amplitude and impact of this corpus on first century Judaism. This book offers some syntheses of the results obtained in the last decades, and also opens up new perspectives, by highlighting similarities and indicating possible relationships between these various writings within Mediterranean Judaism. In addition, the authors wish to show how certain traditions spread, evolve and are reconfigured in ancient Judaism as they meet new religious, cultural and social challenges.
|General note||"The lectures printed in this volume were given during the Second International Symposium on Jewish and Christian Literature from the Hellenistic and Roman Period, held at the University of Lorraine [Metz, France], center of research "Ecritures" (EA3943), in June 2011"--P. [ix].|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and indexes.|
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