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Defining Identities: We, You, and the Other in the Dead Sea by Florentino Garcia Martinez, Visit Amazon's Mladen Popovic

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This quantity comprises 15 of the papers learn on the 5th assembly of the IOQS, celebrated in Groningen 27-28 July, 2004. The assembly keen on the id formation of the gang or teams represented within the Scrolls, explored problems with self-definition of Jewish teams relating to, or in response in the direction of different teams inside Judaism ("sectarian" id, inner-Jewish discourses and polemics), and inquired into the advance of Jewish identification vis-a-vis different non-Jewish folks, teams or peoples as mirrored within the Scrolls.

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See also S. Metso, “Methodological Problems in Reconstructing History from Rule Texts Found at Qumran,” DSD 11 (2004): 315–35, esp. 322–25. 11 C. Hempel, “Interpretative Authority in the Community Rule Tradition,” DSD 10 (2003): 59–80, esp. 61–68. 12 Thus, access to the —ybrh trhf is an important step towards full membership according to the protracted admission process laid down in 1QS 6:13b–23 // 4QSb 11:8, 11–13 // 4QSg 3:1, and making one’s counsel (hx[) available to the community is the culmination of the same process (cf.

In Biblical Traditions in Transmission, 213–35. See also S. Metso, “Methodological Problems in Reconstructing History from Rule Texts Found at Qumran,” DSD 11 (2004): 315–35, esp. 322–25. 11 C. Hempel, “Interpretative Authority in the Community Rule Tradition,” DSD 10 (2003): 59–80, esp. 61–68. 12 Thus, access to the —ybrh trhf is an important step towards full membership according to the protracted admission process laid down in 1QS 6:13b–23 // 4QSb 11:8, 11–13 // 4QSg 3:1, and making one’s counsel (hx[) available to the community is the culmination of the same process (cf.

3 To some degree, my argument rested on language in these texts in which one deÀned oneself or one’s group with a view toward others, who were perceived as polar opposites. In keeping with the topic of this conference, I will summarize my previous Àndings and make a few observations about two other texts in the Qumran corpus whose identiÀcation of self and others diverges from the texts I previously examined. I must paint with very broad strokes. E. Nickelsburg, “Religious Exclusivism: A World View Governing Some Texts Found at Qumran,” in Das Ende der Tage und die Gegenwart des Heils: Begegnungen mit dem Neuen Testament und seiner Umwelt: Festschrift für Heinz-Wolfgang Kuhn zum 65.

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