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Saturday, September 15, 2007 

DSS in SD

A few of us from school are going to the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit in San Diego on Monday. The event is going to be held Natural History Museum. Presumably, there will be 27 scrolls on display, including the War Scroll. Apparently, 10 of them have never been on display before. Don't worry, I'm bringing BDB to crack any codes and decipher what was really going on in 2TJ. Be sure to check back to this blog on Tuesday, since I'll probably have cracked NPP, and NT theology afterwards. All in a days work.

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OK I've done some deciphering and here is what I've got

2TJ = second temple Judaism

NPP = New perspective on Paul

but

BDB????

guesses
Bad-ass Dan Brown?

the hybrid
Bishop Dunn, Ben...Wright, James D.G.X.Z.R.2.D.2, Witherington

I'll be back tues

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