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Qumran, Early Christians, and Early Rabbinic Judaism
Examines these three major religious groups, major beliefs and the use of canonical scripture.
# 14700 | 3,150 words | 8 sources | 1999 | US


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Although fundamentalists in religious life assert that the answers to all human problems are available in inerrant scriptural form, there is still the problem of interpretation. From the beginning, differing stories, differing translations, and differing interpretations of scripture have led to the development of separate communities and sects within communities.

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Introduction
Although fundamentalists in religious life assert that the answers to all human problems are available in inerrant scriptural form, there is still the problem of interpretation. From the beginning, differing stories, differing translations, and differing interpretations of scripture have led to the development of separate communities and sects within communities. The intent in this essay is to look at three separate groups  the Qumran community, the Early Christians and Early Rabbinic Judaism  exploring their major beliefs and their use of canonical scripture."

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Qumran, Early Christians, and Early Rabbinic Judaism (2003, July 15) Retrieved October 17, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/qumran-early-christians-and-early-rabbinic-judaism-14700/

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"Qumran, Early Christians, and Early Rabbinic Judaism" 15 July 2003. Web. 17 October. 2019. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/qumran-early-christians-and-early-rabbinic-judaism-14700/>

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