Insights: The Newsletter of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship



Dead Sea Scrolls, Dead Sea Scrolls conference, Jerusalem conference, Emanuel Tov, Frank Moore Cross, Eugene Ulrich, Florentino Garcia Martinez


On April 30, members of the F.A.R.M.S.-BYU team that is developing the Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Database will formally introduce the first edition to a small group of Dead Sea Scroll scholars and Israeli government officials and museum curators at a private conference at the BYU Jerusalem Center. In addition to a first look at the database, the conference will feature papers presented by scholars working with the scrolls, including Emanuel Tov, Frank Moore Cross, Eugene Ulrich, and Florentino Garcia Martinez. A public conference on the database will be held in Provo in 1996.