Second Thoughts on the Dead Sea Scrolls
The First Book to Read about the Story, the Scrolls, and their Significance
“I felt as if I were discovering the Dead Sea Scrolls myself,” said one reviewer because “the book is exciting to read.” Although first written fewer than ten years after the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, this third edition (1964) is an excellent, readable introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls, “the greatest manuscript discovery of modern times.” F.F. Bruce’s balanced and thoughtful book answers the questions readers still want to know about the story, the Qumran community, the scrolls, and their significance for the histories of Judaism and Christianity and for biblical studies.
Print edition, published by Wipf and Stock
144 pages, paperback
Print edition, published by Authentic Media (U.K.)
Ebook, published by Kingsley Books