Mar 4 Blog
Oct 18 Blog
By: Hershel Shanks
We knew it would happen, but it’s still a shock. Frank Cross is dead. I will leave it to scholars to write of his scholarly accomplishments. I will write only of what I know: He stood at the very pinnacle of the profession, universally respected and admired. When he spoke, others stood in awe. The Hancock Professor of Hebrew and Other Oriental Languages at Harvard University, the third oldest endowed academic chair in the United States, Cross was a specialist in the Dead Sea Scrolls, in obscure ancient languages, in the science of dating ancient inscriptions based on shape of the letters, in the Biblical text and in archaeology, to name but a few.
Dec 23 Blog
By: Reviewed by James D. VanderKam
James D. VanderKam reviews "What Are the Dead Sea Scrolls and Why Do They Matter?" by David Noel Freedman and Pam Fox Kuhlken.