High Resolution Images of Dead Sea Scrolls Now Online

| December 21, 2012

Pretty cool. Over 5,000 high resolution images of the scrolls are now available online. This is an awesome site for scrolls research in general, too. Enjoy! Technorati Tags: dead sea scrolls, digital, images, photographs, Qumran

Digital Dead Sea Scrolls Online

| September 26, 2011

Pretty cool – high resolution images of several of the most important scrolls are now online for free viewing / reading as part of the The Digital Dead Seas Scrolls project. Technorati Tags: dead sea scrolls, digital, online

Regional SBL Papers

| May 16, 2011

[Note: For other posts on Mike's work on the divine council, click here for the archive.] [Note to those who left comments on this post: I have fixed the bad link in the earlier post.] Here are my two regional SBL papers (keep in mind that in both I spent part of my time talking […]

Divine Plurality in the Dead Sea Scrolls

| May 13, 2011

[Note: For other posts on Mike's work on the divine council, click here for the archive.] I’m currently at Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA for the Pacific Northwest regional meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL). I’ll be delivering two papers.† I already had the good fortune of bumping into Dan McClellan, too. Nice […]

A Primer on the Dead Sea Scrolls as a Tool for Textual Criticism

| January 17, 2011

I’ve posted this link over on my Naked Bible blog as well. It’s a good introduction to the topic, and pertinent to paleobabbling on the web in several ways. The myth of scroll secrecy and how “Bible believers” fear the scrolls come immediately to mind. Thanks to the ETC blog for the link! Technorati Tags: […]