From Bedouin to Scholars: The Discovery and Preservation of the Dead Sea Scrolls — Evangelical Textual Criticism


The Dead Sea Scrolls largely belong to the realm of scholars and researchers. However, this was not always the case. When the scrolls were discovered, they belonged to the realm of Bedouin. The Bedouin sold those first few manuscripts to merchants. Finally, some were sold to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem while others were sold…

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