Table of contents for Christian beginnings and the Dead Sea scrolls / edited by John J. Collins and Craig A. Evans.

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	Contributors 000
	Preface 000
1.	A Messiah before Jesus? 000
	John J. Collins
2.	An Essene Messiah? Comments on Israel Knohl, The Messiah before 
Jesus 000
	John J. Collins
3.	Jesus, John, and the Dead Sea Scrolls: Assessing Typologies of 
Restoration 000
	Craig A. Evans
4.	Paul and James on the Law in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls 000
	Martin G. Abegg Jr.
5.	"Spirit of Holiness" as Eschatological Principle of Obedience 000
	Barry D. Smith
6.	Guided by God: Divine Aid in Interpretation in the Dead Sea Scrolls 
and the New Testament 000
	R. Glenn Wooden
7.	The Dead Sea Scrolls and Christian Theology 000
	Jonathan R. Wilson
8.	Apocalyptic Theology and the Dead Sea Scrolls: A Response to 
Jonathan Wilson 000
	John J. Collins
	Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Writings 000
	Index of Subjects 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Christianity -- Origin.
Dead Sea scrolls.
Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600.
Judaism (Christian theology) -- History.