Peter Flint on the Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament

The late African biblical scholar Dr. Peter Flint delivers a lecture introducing the Dead Sea Scrolls and their relevance for understanding the New Testament, on January 16, 2012 at El Shaddai Ministries, Tacoma, WA.

Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls, with Andrew B. Perrin

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Trinity Western University have made public a series of videos developed primarily for students enrolled in the “Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls” (RELS 320) course, lectured by Dr Andrew B. Perrin in 2015.

The course provides an introduction to the Dead Sea scrolls within the context of early Judaism.

 

Welcome to RELS 320, Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls, at Trinity Western University

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1.1 Orientation to Ancient Judaism

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1.2 Survey of Qumran Library

38:29
  1.3 Qumran Archaeology

46:29
1.4 ReDiscoveries in the Judaean Desert: New Dead Sea Scrolls Finds

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2.1 Jewish Groups and Qumran Identity: Pharisees, Sadducees, or Essenes?

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2.2 A Sketch of Qumran Practice and Belief

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3.1 The Scope and Shape of Scripture among the Dead Sea Scrolls

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3.2 Insights on the Evolution of Scriptural Commentary from the Dead Sea Scrolls

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4.1 Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha at Qumran

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4.2 The Dead Sea Scrolls, Jesus, Paul, and the New Testament

31:43

James McGrath on Apocalyptic Literature and Early Judaism

James McGrath has a number of YouTube videos on biblical studies and related areas. These include:

1. ‘Apocalyptic and Early Judaism’

A class taught by Dr. James F. McGrath at Butler University. The first part focuses on apocalyptic literature and the Book of Daniel as an example of this genre. The second part focuses on Judaism in the time of Jesus and the three major groups that existed in that time: Pharisees, Sadducees, and Essenes.

2. ‘After the Exile: The Transition from Pre-Exilic Judah and Israel to Post-Exilic Judaism’

A class by Dr. James F. McGrath at Butler University on the impact of the experience of the exile on the characteristics and institutions of the Jewish religion and its Scriptures