The Dead Sea Scrolls and Christian Origins

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Index of Modern Authors
Abegg, M. G., Jr., 27, 30, 42, 86-87, 90, 92, 96, 98, 101-2, 132
Abou-Assaf, A., 124
Abrahams, J., 141
Abronim, A., 230
Adam, A., 8
Agouridcs, S., 111
Albeck, H., 255
Albertz, R., 112
Albright, W. F., 6, 133, 146, 164, 264
Alexander, P. S., 27
Allegro, J. M., 41-43, 84-85, 87-88, 98, 103, 113
Allen, W.O., 128
Alonso Diaz, J., 140
Alonso Hernandez, E. J., 239
Alonso Schökel, L, 28, 43, 150
Altheim, F., 48, 156
Alvarez Verdez, L, 239
André, L.E.T., 151
Applebaum, S., 3
Arendzcn, J., 238
Asmussen, J. P., 48
Attridge, H., 96, 239
Auwers, J.-M., 139
Avigad, N., 3, 6, 125
Aytoun, R. A., 75
Backhaus, K., 24
Baigent, M,, 40-43
Baillet, M., 14, 24, 26, 88, 101, 249
Baldi, D., 21
Bar Asher, M., 256
Barbaglio, G., 117
Barslai, B. Z., 255
Barthélémy, D., 42, 84-86, 100, 239
Bartina, S., 112
Bauckham, R., 103
Bauer, H., 168
Baurngarten, A., 257
Baurngarten, J. M., 9, 11, 90-92, 254, 257, 259
Baurngartner, W., 128
Beall, T. S., 259
Becker, J., 60, 76, 80
Beer, G., 255
Belsheim, J., 140
Benoit, P., 94, 114, 131
Bensley, R. L, 106
Berger, K., 3
Bergsträsser, G., 154
Berkovitz, H., 121
Bertram, G., 51, 112
Betz, O., 18, 23
Bévenot, H., 150
Beyer, K., 123, 132, 152-54, 169

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