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From: mc2499@mclink.it (Ian Hutchesson)
Subject: Re: DSS/NT
Cc: Michael Appiah-Boateng <yu116712@yorku.ca>

>I am a student at York University, Toronto doing a humanity subject of
>religion. I am trying to write an essay on whether the Dead Sea Scrolls
>have any relationship with the Early Christian Church and the writings of
>the New Testament.
>Could anyone help me with any articles on these relationship -
> The Quamram community and the Early Christians.

Dear Michael,

ALthough I totally disagree with the unsupportable idea of "Qumran
community" that reflects life at Qumran, you'll find something of use on the
relationship, or lack thereof, in the Charlesworth edited "Jesus and the dss".


Ian Hutchesson