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Contributor

Lopez, George; Ajdinovic, Milos; Fakess, Dale

Date Created

2-14-2016

Keywords

Dead Sea Scrolls; Essenes; God; Teacher of Righteousness; Messiah; Messiah--Judaism; Jesus Christ; Paul, the Apostle, Saint; Bible; Jews; Sin, Original; Dualism; Communal life; Sons of Light; Yeshua; Jesus; Paul; Nazarene movement; Breaking bread; Christians; Jewish-Christian relations; Original sin; Online UCF

Abstract

In the summer of 1947 a Bedouin shepherd lad who had lost one of his goats climbed up a cliff overlooking the Dead Sea and stumbled into a cave full of ancient scrolls. These were the famous Dead Sea Scrolls, the library of a religious community that had lived there some 2,000 years earlier. Many scholars identify them as a sect known as the Essenes. Who were they, and what was their relationship with the Galilean prophet named Jesus? Find out in this compelling episode!

Length of Video

20:40

Format

video/mp4

Subject

Dead Sea Scrolls; Essenes; God; Judaism; Teacher of Righteousness; Messiah; Messiah--Judaism; Joshua (Biblical figure); Jesus Christ; Paul, the Apostle, Saint; Bible; Jews; Sin, Original; Dualism

Creator (Linked data)

Hanson, Kenneth, 1953- (VIAF); Hanson, Kenneth, 1953- (LC)

Collection

Judaism and Jesus

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