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Dead Sea Scrolls Bible, The

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Category: English Bibles

$39.99

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From the dramatic find in the caves of Qumran, the world's most ancient version of the Bible allows us to read the scriptures as they were in the time of Jesus. Extensive footnotes and comments are included in the accompanying Notes module.

See article, Book Reviews, and links to all Dead Sea Scrolls resources.

The Oldest Known Bible Translated for the First Time into English
• Authors: Martin G. Abegg, Jr., Peter Flint, and Eugene Ulrich
• Publisher: HarperCollins (1999)

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November 29, 2011  |  5:18 PM  |  Good (4)
Accordance has numerous resources for studying the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Dead Sea Scroll Bible, in English, is probably the most approachable way to compare the Dead Sea Scrolls to other English texts. The DSSB is titled “The Oldest Known Bible Translated for the First Time into English.” It is edited by Martin Abegg, Jr, Peter Flint and Eugene Ulrich. These names should be familiar to those that have done any work with the Dead Sea Scrolls.

The resource comes in two volumes, the Bible itself and DSSB Notes. The introductory material is included in the notes along with articles discussing the various OT texts; the Masoretic, the Septuagint and the Samaritan Pentateuch. There are a few brief but insightful articles on the discovery of the scrolls and their contents.

The Dead Sea Scroll Bible will link to any other OT bible, with the notes providing additional details as to what scroll is being referenced in the biblical text. I like to show the DSSB ...
Accordance has numerous resources for studying the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Dead Sea Scroll Bible, in English, is probably the most approachable way to compare the Dead Sea Scrolls to other English texts. The DSSB is titled “The Oldest Known Bible Translated for the First Time into English.” It is edited by Martin Abegg, Jr, Peter Flint and Eugene Ulrich. These names should be familiar to those that have done any work with the Dead Sea Scrolls.

The resource comes in two volumes, the Bible itself and DSSB Notes. The introductory material is included in the notes along with articles discussing the various OT texts; the Masoretic, the Septuagint and the Samaritan Pentateuch. There are a few brief but insightful articles on the discovery of the scrolls and their contents.

The Dead Sea Scroll Bible will link to any other OT bible, with the notes providing additional details as to what scroll is being referenced in the biblical text. I like to show the DSSB next to the NETS (LXX in English) and the Tanakh JPS OT, with the DSSB Notes below. By selecting the compare text box I get a good starting point for comparing various OT texts.

The DSSB will not make you an expert in the DSS’s, but will provide you a starting point for further study. The DSSB is a very unique resource, valuable for those interested in getting access to the Biblical Scrolls and their content in English. Please note that not all the OT is contained in the DSSB.