The Hymns Scroll ( The Dead Sea Scrolls Essays

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E.L Sukenik published the Hymns Scroll (The Dead Sea Scrolls of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem) in 1954-5. Between 1946 and 1956 the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered by Bedouin shepherds and a team of archaeologists. The scrolls contained a series of eleven caves as were found around the site known as Wadi Qumran near the Dead Sea of the Jordan River and it was written in biblical Hebrew. It 's also had over 900 different texts written Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. The early Christianity were using the Dead Sea Scroll as their bible because it represented a religious writings as well as biblical texts.
Biblical Psalms are very similar to the poems in the Scroll. The Hymns of Thanksgiving were individual prayers and doctrinal detail. Salvation and knowledges are for the whole collection. Some of the hymns give expression to thoughts in people daily life but no one could concluded that their hypothesis of translated the poems were 100% accurate.
The meaning of the term for each poem was hard to understand because of it symbolized writing in the bible was very different compared to the scroll. The Thanksgiving scroll was a private psalter in a group of community to praise God in a correct way. But, I believe that everyone have their right to praise God in their own way as long as they believed in God.
The poems in scroll mostly talked about God and how his connections were very close to the poor or the weakness people that called out his name for help to have mercy on…

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