Apocalypticism in the Dead Sea scrolls

@inproceedings{Collins1997ApocalypticismIT,
  title={Apocalypticism in the Dead Sea scrolls},
  author={John J. Collins},
  year={1997}
}
Bibliographic note Chapter One: What is Apocalypticism? Chapter Two: Daniel, Enoch and Related Literature Chapter Three: Creation and the Origin of Evil Chapter Four: The Periods of History and the Expectation of the End Chapter Five: Messianic Expectation Chapter Six: The Eschatological War Chapter Seven: Resurrection and Eternal Life Chapter Eight: The Heavenly World Chapter Nine: The Apocalypticism of the Scrolls in Context Bibliography Index of Passages Index of Authors 
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