140 Origins (Points to some similarities in organizational patterns and theological items, but stresses the independence of both movements. Regarding Christian scholarship of the scrolls it seems that not a few still do not recognize (deliberately?) the importance of the scrolls for early Christianity); 160-175 M. WEINFELD, Prayer and Liturgical Practice in the Qumran Sect (Stresses the liturgical affinities between Qumran literature and other Jewish traditions as a common element using a lot of his earlier work on these topics here); 176-181 D. R. SCHWARTZ, Qumran between Priestliness and Christianity (Despite the differences the author finds basic similarities between the priestly community of Qumran and Pauline thought mainly in the following fields: The territorial and ethnic defini- tion of the religion is abandoned and the fulfillment of the practical laws is open to relativization and allegorization. In all these respects the Qumran community is dependent upon Hellenistic influence, in other words: Without direct Hellenistic influence the covenanters of Qumran came to conclusions similar to those of Paul in his 'Hellenized' formula- tion of Christianity); 182-186 D. DIMANT, The Character of the Writings of the Judaean Desert as a Key to its Origin and Beginning (Stresses the literary aspect
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