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By Jutta Jokiranta

Id and sectarianism, an important and often used strategies within the research of the Qumran flow, are problematized, praised, and redefined during this ebook. Sociology of sectarianism and social id method tell the research of the serakhim (rule records) and pesharim (biblical commentaries).

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