Tag Archives: Dead Sea Scrolls

2017 Session 42: Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament 2

In this session, we continue with our focus on the Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament. Dr. Nunnally answers question from class members, and offers observations on the “Pesher” method of scriptural interpretation.

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Loaves & Fishes ministry for November 5, 2017: Raatz, Schoolfield, Shell, VanMeter, Kuhn

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2017 Session 41: Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament

In this session, Dr. Nunnally continues our earlier series on the Dead Sea Scrolls. In this presentation, he takes up the expectations for Messiah that were emerging in Jewish religious thought, two centuries before the birth of Christ.

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Loaves & Fishes ministry for November 5, 2017: Hurst, Damron, Wulff, Wray

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2017 Session 37: The Relevance of the Dead Sea Scrolls 3

Dr. Nunnally continues his discussion of the Dead Sea Scrolls, an archeological find that changed biblical scholarship.

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Loaves & Fishes ministry for October 8, 2017: Diltz, Everett, Sykes, Wulff

POT LUCK SUNDAY LUNCH — We’re planning a special time of fellowship October 22, after morning service in the Fusion Center. See Caryl Weingartner, Barbara Parks, or Nancy Wray for more information.

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2017 Session 35: The Relevance of the Dead Sea Scrolls

Dr. Nunnally reminds us of an amazing archeological discovery that took place in 1947: the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls. This archeological find changed biblical scholarship and corrected any doubts about the accurate transmission of Holy Scripture. Today’s session provides an introduction to the subject

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Loaves & Fishes ministry for September 24, 2017: Cory, Crabtree,Van Meter, Weingartner

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2012 Session 27: Watch the Backdoor

In this session we’re encouraged to spiritual vigilance, as the Enemy of our souls seeks entry into our lives. Early in the discussion, we’re confronted with the widespread notion that “original sin” was a concept, concocted and advanced by Paul. Is there evidence to contradict this premise?

Today’s session includes references to:

Old Testament

Psalm 51; Psalm 14:1-13; Psalm 53:1-5; Job 4:7; Job 14:14; Job 31:33; Isaiah 43:27; Isaiah 53:6; Isaiah 64:6; Jeremiah 17:9; Hosea 6

Extra-Biblical Sources

Sumerian Wisdom text (3000 BC?), Line 102, II:140; 1 Enoch 10:8; Ben Sira 25:28; Wisdom of Solomon 12:10; 1Q Hodayot 5:20-23 (Cave 1 Qumran, Thanksgiving Hymns-Dead Sea Scrolls — IQH 5:20-23) 1QH 7:16-17; 1QH 8:19; 1QH 9:21-23; 1QH 12:29-31; 1QH12:34; 1QH 13:5; 1QH15:3; 1QH15:17-18; 1QH15:27; IQ Sereq 4:24,-25 (Cave 2 Qumran, Rules Text — IQS 4:24,25 )

Our next session will explore traditions in rabbinic literature regarding original sin.

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