STOKL, T (2006) The Book Formerly Known as Genesis. A Study of the Use of Biblical Language in the Hebrew Fragments of the Book of Jubilees. Revue de Qumran , 22 (3) 431 - 449.
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This study studies the Hebrew fragments of the book of Jubilees at Qumran in order to examine the thesis by James VanderKam that the text of Jubilees follows that of Genesis and Exodus closely. It comes to the conclusions that with regard to the passages preserved this claim cannot be substantiated. Indeed it looks as if Jubilees presents us with a substantial re-telling of the primeval history through 'prophetic' lense.
|Title:||The Book Formerly Known as Genesis. A Study of the Use of Biblical Language in the Hebrew Fragments of the Book of Jubilees|
|Keywords:||Book of Jubilees|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > History|
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