1. Name: Rival Etymologies. Probably from Zadok the High Priest: [sad’-u-sez (tsadduqim; Saddoukaioi)] The Talmud form suggests derivation from the name of their founder, but
The Sopherim The Sopherim (scribes) were copyist from the days of Ezra down to the time of Jesus. While they were very serious about their
Now that we have determined that, the Dead Sea Scrolls were the library of Qumran community, who were its people? Early on, in 1947 Professor Eleazar Sukenik
After carefully dating these fragile documents, it has been determined that they were copied or composed sometime between the third-century B.C.E and the first-century C.E.