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“The Biblical Dead Sea Scrolls as Representing Variety in Judaism and Early Christianity”

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Date: 2018/10/06 13:30-17:30
Place: Meeting Room, 3rd floor, Shisei-kan, Imadegawa Campus
Lecture: Emanuel Tov (Judah Leib Magnes Professor, Emeritus Department of Bibile, Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Summary:
[Program]
■Seminar
13:30 - 13:35 Opening Remarks  Director of CISMOR
13:35 - 14:20 Lecture         Prof. Emanuel Tov
14:20 - 15:00 Discussion

■Workshop 15:30 - 17:30
Presentations regarding the Dead Sea Scrolls by young scholars

Dr. Teppei Kato “Ancient Chronography on Abraham's Departure from Haran: Rewritten Scriptures, Josephus, Rabbinic Literature, and Jerome”
Dr. Kaori Ozawa “Angels in Dead Sea Scrolls”
Dr. Tetsu Kitamura “Ezekiel in the Dead Sea Scrolls”
Dr. Koji Osawa “Dead Sea Scrolls and Other Biblical Interpretations concerning the Golden Calf Story”
If you would like to participate in this seminar, please send an email to the CISMOR office in advance: rc-issin@mail.doshisha.ac.jp. Registration closes on October 3.

Language: English only, No interpretation