If Jesus knew that he was the Messiah, ¿Was that Messiah one of the pre-existent kind? if so, ¿How could he have believed that? [closed]
From various sources in the Bible (for instance, the fact that Jesus entered in Jerusalem in a messianic way), it is held by some scholars that Jesus believed that he was the Messiah. The messianic ...
This paper by Alan Farnes is one of many that have identified John’s appropriation of Isaiah 40:3 as reminiscent of the Qumran documents (a.k.a. Dead Sea Scrolls): John 1:23 (ESV) He said, “I am ...
One of the arguments for Aramaic being the original language of the New Testament is the theory that Hebrew was replaced by Old Aramaic as the vernacular language in Judea following the Babylonian ...
I often find people comparing other manuscripts (e.g., Masoretic text, LXX) against the Dead Sea Scrolls in order to determine their accuracy. For example, this thread asked how reliable the LXX was ...
Is there anything that the Dead Sea Scrolls made clearer regarding the texts of the Old Testament? Did their discovery change the way we view the development of the Tanakh?