Who Wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls Lecture 5 12 01 2016

First discovered in 1947, the Dead Sea Scrolls (DSS) are one of the greatest archaeological finds ever made. Despite decades of research there are still a number of questions about the scrolls and their authors which have never been definitively answered.  The most interesting and most basic question is: Who wrote the DSS?

This fifth lectures looks at biblical interpretation in the DSS (by the study of the Pesher Habakkuk) and also examines two liturgical texts (The Daily Prayers and the Hymn of the Teacher)