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The traditional roots of priestly messianism at Qumran.
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2010)
The Humbling of the Arrogant and the “Wild Man” and “Tree Stump” Traditions in the Book of Giants and Daniel 4 .
(Mohr Siebeck, 2016)
There is no question that the Qumran Book of Giants, with its focus on the violence perpetrated by the progeny of the watchers and the elevated role of the patriarch Enoch in the revelation of divine judgment, belongs ...
The Divine Courtroom Scenes of Daniel 7 and the Qumran Book of Giants: A Textual and Contextual Comparison.
(Koninklijke Grill NV, 2014)
Contributors to 'The divine courtroom in comparative perspective' treat one of the most pervasive religious metaphors, that of the divine courtroom, in both its historical and thematic senses. In order to shed light on the ...
Reading the Songs of the Sage in Sequence: Preliminary Observations and Questions.
(De Gruyter, 2017)
The collection of hymns for protection from demonic harm known as the Songs of the Sage is represented in two Qumran manuscripts (4Q510–511), both of which date to around the turn of the era.1 4Q510 consists of just one ...