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by Stefan Enste

Author: Stefan Enste
Subcategory: Foreign Language Study & Reference
Language: German
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht (2000)
Pages: 163 pages
Category: Reference
Rating: 4.5
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Title (German, Long). Kein Markustext in Qumran. Novum Testamentum et Orbis Antiquus (Volume: 45). Year (Publication).

Eine Untersuchung der These: Qumran-Fragment 7Q5 Mk 6,52-53 (NTOA 45), Freiburg, Schweiz, Universitätsverlag - Göttingen, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2000. Title (German, Long). Eine Untersuchung der These: Qumran-Fragment 7Q5 Mk 6,52-53.

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Kein Markustext in Qumran by Stefan Enste, 2000, Universitätsverlag, Vandenhoeck . eine Untersuchung der These, Qumran-Fragment 7Q5 Mk 6, 52-53. Novum Testamentum et orbis antiquus,, 45. Classifications.

eine Untersuchung der These, Qumran-Fragment 7Q5 Mk 6, 52-53. Published 2000 by Universitätsverlag, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht in Freiburg, Schweiz, Göttingen. Bible, Criticism, interpretation, Dead Sea scrolls. Includes bibliographical references (p. 144-163).

If a fragment of Mark can be found in the caves from Qumran, then . 3 Others, like most recently Stefan Enste, have set themselves the task to disprove the arguments of Thiede.

If a fragment of Mark can be found in the caves from Qumran, then important hypotheses of the textual-criticism of the New Testament cease to be valid. This is especially due to the efforts of the prolific writer and bestselling author, Carsten Peter Thiede. 4 Since the stakes are high, it is understandable that the ongoing debate is highly contro-versial. At the same time, there seem to be some emotions involved.

Enste, Kein Markustext in Qumran: Eine Untersuchung der These:Qumran-Fragment 7Q5 Mk 6,52-53 . As men-tioned above, Thiede claims that it has been proven that 7Q5 is Mk. 2-53, while Enste claims just the opposite

Enste, Kein Markustext in Qumran: Eine Untersuchung der These:Qumran-Fragment 7Q5 Mk 6,52-53 (NTOA, 45; Freiburg, Switzerland: Univer-sitätsverlag Fribourg, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen, 2000). 2-53, while Enste claims just the opposite. The third step is to interpret the papyrus, to show the consequencesand the meaning of the particular piece, which might, in turn, providean insight into the tradition of a special text, or might highlight a histor-ical.

As mentioned above, Thiede claims that it has been proven that 7Q5 is Mk . 2-53, while Enste claims just the opposite

S. Enste, Kein Markustext in Qumran: Eine Untersuchung der These: Qumran-Fragment 7Q5 Mk 6,52-53 (NTOA, 45; Freiburg, Switzerland: Universittsverlag Fribourg, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Gttingen, 2000). As mentioned above, Thiede claims that it has been proven that 7Q5 is Mk . The third step is to interpret the papyrus, to show the consequences and the meaning of the particular piece, which might, in turn, provide an insight into the tradition of a special text, or might highlight a historical situation.