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organizational pattern and the penal code of the Qumran sect

Moshe Weinfeld

organizational pattern and the penal code of the Qumran sect

a comparison with guilds and religious associations of the Hellenistic-Roman period

by Moshe Weinfeld

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Published by Editions Universitaires, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht in Fribourg, Suisse, Göttingen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dead Sea scrolls.,
  • Criminal law (Jewish law),
  • Qumran community.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMoshe Weinfeld.
    SeriesNovum Testamentum et orbis antiquus ;, 2
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLAW
    The Physical Object
    Pagination100 p. ;
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2445420M
    ISBN 103727803630, 3525539010
    LC Control Number87142037

      Gillihan’s method is to work through key passages in three of the rules from Qumran while considering Greek and Roman materials that may provide analogies regarding organization, regulation, and constitution. Gillihan builds on studies by Moshe Weinfeld (The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect: A Comparison with Guilds.   Moshe Weinfeld, The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect: A Comparison with Guilds and Religious Associations of the Hellenistic—Roman Period (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, ).

    Reflections on their background and history / Jörg Frey --The penal code reconsidered / Charlotte Hempel --Hierarchy at Qumran / Nathan Jastram --The Essene position on magic and divination / Armin Lange --Notes on divine name avoidance in scriptural units of the legal texts of Qumran / Donald W. Parry --Qumran and the New Testament. The text of QUMRAN can also be viewed in parallel with QUMENG an English translation from The Dead Sea Scrolls: A New Translation (HarperSanFranscisco, ). As this is a one volume work (a full translation would require 4 book sized volumes), there are .

    –22 Penal code dealing with infractions of communal discipline; Expulsion ceremony. This was found in Qumran. B. Laws (15–16 + 9–14) 1. Oaths and vows (–a) taking oaths, becoming a member of the community, offerings and vows to God 2. Sundry rulings (b–a). found: His The organizational pattern and the penal code of the Qumran sect, t.p. (Moshe Weinfeld) p. 2 (b. ).


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Organizational pattern and the penal code of the Qumran sect by Moshe Weinfeld Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this brief book Professor Moshe Weinfeld of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem argues that the organizational pattern and the penal code of the Qumran sect were modeled on those of the cultic associations of antiquity.

Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of such associations are known through Greek, Latin, and Demotic inscriptions and other sources. The. The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect: A Comparison with Guilds and Religious Associations of the Hellenistic-Roman Period (Orbis Biblicus Et Orientalis) [Moshe Weinfeld] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Hardcover, no dust jacket. Very good; previous owner library sticker to front paste-down end : Moshe Weinfeld. The organizational pattern and the penal code of the Qumran sect: A comparison with guilds and religious associations of the Hellenistic-Roman period (Novum testamentum et orbis antiquus) Hardcover – Author: Moshe Weinfeld.

Moshe Weinfeld, The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect. A Comparison with Guilds and Religious Associations Recensiones 99 tification of using them as parallels for interpreting the Dtn law, but it has in fact.

The organizational pattern and the penal code of the Qumran sect: a comparison with guilds and religious associations of the Hellenistic-Roman period Author: Moshe Weinfeld.

Claude Coulot. Moshe Weinfeld, The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect, Novum Testamentum et Orbis Antiquus 2, In: Revue des Sciences Religieuses, t fascicule 1, p. OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/reg___num____t2___2.

The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect: A Comparison with Guilds and Religious Associations of the Hellenistic-Roman Period Article Sep THE “QUMRAN SECT” REVINDICATED. New Efforts to Protect the Belief a Religious Brotherhood Lived Near the Dead Sea Shore The extensive archaeological findings of Yitzhak Magen, Yuval Peleg, and their colleagues and associates at Khirbet Qumran, revealed during a ten-year period of research ending inhas understandably caused varying.

The group has been variously referred to as the Dead Sea Sect, the inhabitants of Qumran, and the Yahad (“Community”). They were early identified with the Essenes described by Josephus, Philo and Pliny the Eler, but have alternatively been considered Sadducees, or perhaps Zadokites, or Zealots (see Sadducees or Essenes).

Moshe WEINFELD, The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect (Novum García Martínez, F.

also for writing history and poetry. One of the progymnasmatic exercises of Apthonius (SPENGEL, 2, ) parallels Abraham's speech in noting the remarks that a parent should make after children have been slain.

The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect A Comparison with Guilds and Religious Associations of the Hellenistic-Roman Period 0. In Jesus: The Jewish religion in the 1st century of the group lived at Qumran on the shores of the Dead Sea and produced the Dead Sea Scrolls.

At some point in their history the Essenes were probably a priestly sect (the Zadokite priests are major figures in some of the documents from Qumran); however, the composition of their.

The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect: David E. "Qumran and the Book of Revelation." Proceedings of he Society of Biblical Literature Qumran Section Meetings (ed. Robert A. Kugler and Eileen Schuller; SBLEJL 15; Atlanta: Scholars Press.

The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect: A Comparison with Guilds and Religious Associations of the Hellenistic-Roman Period (NTOA, 2), Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht () Deuteronomy (Anchor Bible, 5), Garden City NY: Doubleday ().

Weinfeld, The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect (NTOA 2; Fribourg: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, ). Some Terms and Concepts of Ritual Purity in the Qumran. The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect.

Novum Testament et Orbis Antiquus 2. Fribourg and Göttingen: Editions Universitaires, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, _____. “Prayer and Liturgical Practice in the Qumran Sect.” In The Dead Sea Scrolls: Forty Years of Research, edited by D. Dimant and U. Rappaport, Book Five is the only part of the Penal Code that has been adopted permanently and unlike the rest of the Penal Code is not subject to experimental periods.

Passed onBook Five deals with ta’zir crimes and deterrent punishments, crimes against national security, crimes against property and crimes against people. The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect. Moshe Weinfeld. 01 Jan Book. Hayim Tadmore. 01 Dec Paperback.

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Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Weinfeld, M. "Prayer and Liturgical Practice in the Qumran Sect." In The Dead Sea Scrolls. Forty Years of Research, eds. Dimant and U. Rappaport. Jerusalem: Magnes Press. The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect: A Comparison with Guilds and Religious Associations of the Hellenistic-Roman Period by Moshe Weinfeld avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions.The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect: A Comparison with "The Casting of Lots at Qumran [and] in the Book of Acts." Novum Testamentum 4 () University () The Organizational Pattern and the Penal Code of the Qumran Sect: A Comparison with Guilds and Religious Associations of the Hellenistic-Roman Watcher (angel) (3, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article.