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af Robert Feather

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An examination of the early, mysterious Essene community at Qumran that links it with John the Baptist, Jesus, and the beginnings of Christianity * Offers an eyewitness account of the final burial place of John the Baptist * Makes the case that Christianity grew out of a form of monotheism first formulated by the Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaten * Includes physical and photographic evidence never before published In his earlier book The Mystery of the Copper Scroll of Qumran, Robert Feather analyzed the Dead Sea Scroll engraved on copper that is considered the work of the secretive, devout Jewish sect known as the Essenes, who lived at Qumran around the time of Jesus. To continue his research into the Essene community's way of life and how its beliefs may have influenced the beginnings of Christianity, he met with Father Jozef Milik, one of the scholars who worked on deciphering the Dead Sea Scrolls in the 1950s. Feather learned that during Milik's work somewhere near the Qumran ruins, he had excavated a headless corpse that he believed to be that of John the Baptist. Feather presents persuasive, powerful evidence illustrating the strong link between the Qumran Essenes and New Testament teachings and showing that both John the Baptist and Jesus were intimately involved with this community at Qumran. He further supports the claim that early Christians continued a belief system centered on a form of monotheism first formulated by the Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaten and uniquely espoused by the Essenes at Qumran.… (mere)
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Titel:The Secret Initiation of Jesus at Qumran: The Essene Mysteries of John the Baptist
Forfattere:Robert Feather
Info:Bear & Company (2005), Edition: Original, Paperback, 496 pages
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The Secret Initiation of Jesus at Qumran: The Essene Mysteries of John the Baptist af Robert Feather

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Tres boring! In my opinion very dated and very weak arguments for the most part. There is very little that is relevant to the argument of the historical Jesus that was not disproved before or after this tome was published. The author dismisses all of the non-traditional scholar/translator/writers in the first section and then goes on to become an apologist for the status quo. Read John Allegro and the others that he dismisses to get the real "alternative" view. (Allegro was one of the handful of original scholars working on the Dead Sea Scrolls and he is dismissed as the "athiest in the group" while Catholic traditionalist who have a reason for hiding the truth are given his full support....he forgets to mention that Allegro was there at the REQUEST of the Vatican because he was the best scholar/translator of the bunch!) This, for me, was a huge yawn!
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An examination of the early, mysterious Essene community at Qumran that links it with John the Baptist, Jesus, and the beginnings of Christianity * Offers an eyewitness account of the final burial place of John the Baptist * Makes the case that Christianity grew out of a form of monotheism first formulated by the Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaten * Includes physical and photographic evidence never before published In his earlier book The Mystery of the Copper Scroll of Qumran, Robert Feather analyzed the Dead Sea Scroll engraved on copper that is considered the work of the secretive, devout Jewish sect known as the Essenes, who lived at Qumran around the time of Jesus. To continue his research into the Essene community's way of life and how its beliefs may have influenced the beginnings of Christianity, he met with Father Jozef Milik, one of the scholars who worked on deciphering the Dead Sea Scrolls in the 1950s. Feather learned that during Milik's work somewhere near the Qumran ruins, he had excavated a headless corpse that he believed to be that of John the Baptist. Feather presents persuasive, powerful evidence illustrating the strong link between the Qumran Essenes and New Testament teachings and showing that both John the Baptist and Jesus were intimately involved with this community at Qumran. He further supports the claim that early Christians continued a belief system centered on a form of monotheism first formulated by the Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaten and uniquely espoused by the Essenes at Qumran.

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