Papers 2012

January 25, Forum for hellige skrifter, Universitetet i Agder

Torleif Elgvin, “En ‘allmektig’ menneskesønn og messias før NT: Daniel 7, 4Q521Messianic apocalypse og 1 Enok 47-73”

February 29, Forum for hellige skrifter, Universitetet i Agder

Årstein Justnes, “Det nye testamentets grunntekst(er)”

March 7, Forum for hellige skrifter, Universitetet i Agder

Torleif Elgvin, “Gabriels åpenbaring – en endetidstekst om messiansk tegn på den tredje dag før NT”

June 25-29, Nangeroni Meeting, Gazzada (Milan)

Torleif Elgvin, “Texts on Messianic Reign during the Hasmonean Period” (short paper)

Årstein Justnes, “4Q246 in Context” (short paper)

July 22-26, Society of Biblical Literature, Amsterdam

Årstein Justnes, “Obviously Great, Probably Evil: The Son of God in 4Q246” (Program unit: Apocalyptic Literature)

Årstein Justnes, “On Being a ‘Librarian’ Before Dewey and the Bible” (Program unit: Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls)

August 5-8, Norwegian Summer Academy for Biblical Studies (NSABS), Ansgar Theological Seminary, Kristiansand

Årstein Justnes, “A Violent Hope: ‘Scriptural’ Eschatological Violence in the Dead Sea Scrolls”

November 17-20, Society of Biblical Literature, Annual Meeting

Torleif Elgvin, “A Variant Literary Edition of 2 Samuel from Qumran” (Session: Textual Growth: What Variant Editions Tell Us About Scribal Activity)

Torleif Elgvin, “Heaven and Earth Will Obey His Messiah. 4Q521 as Interpretation of Daniel 7” (Session: Qumran)

Ira Rabin, “Implications of the material aspects of the Dead Sea Scrolls for Qumran studies” (Session: Qumran)

November 23, Forum for hellige skrifter

C.J. Davis, “Prophets of Exile: 4QApocryphon of Jeremiah C, Apocryphal Baruch, and the Efficacy of the Second Temple”

Updated : 11/23/2012

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