Skip to Main Content
Dead Sea Scrolls & Apocalypticism
Qumranica Minora I by The author's influential articles on the Origins of the Qumran Community (the co-called "Groningen Hypothesis") and on Apocalypticism in the Dead Sea Scrolls are now collected in one volume, including translations of essays that were written in Spanish and French.
Qumranica Minora II by This collection of essays by Florentino García Martínez, includes studies on the interpretation of biblical texts in the Scrolls, priestly functions in a community without temple, Messianism, magic, wisdom, sonship, and the "other" in the Dead Sea Scrolls.
With Letters of Light by The majority of articles included in the volume deal with Jewish and Christian apocalyptic and mystical texts constituting the core of experiential dimension of these religious traditions.
Apocalypticism in the Dead Sea Scrolls by Explores the issue of apocalypticism in the Scrolls; how notions of the 'end,' Messianic expectation, and eternal life affected the Dead Sea sect, influenced Judaism, and filtered into Christianity.
Expectations of the End by This book provides a comparative traditio-historical study of the full range of Qumran texts and recensions now available and of New Testament texts with regard to ideas about the final age, resurrection, apocalypticism, and messianism.