Many Latter-day Saints are interested in and familiar to some extent with the Dead Sea Scrolls (DSS), and a few Latter-day Saint scholars have participated in the study and publication of scroll fragments. This essay suggests answers to the question, where can or should Latter-day Saints go from here regarding the Dead Sea Scrolls? Directed to Latter-day Saint readers, the essay assumes there are still impoartant things to learn about and benefit to be gained from further interaction with the DSS. After reviewing the general value of the DSS and Latter-day Saint interest in them, suggestions are provided in five broad categories of consideration, among which are the need to overcome ignorance and misinformation about the scrolls among church members, keeping up-to-date by utilizing current publications on the DSS, and emphasizing and illustrating the value of the DSS for studying the Bible.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Pike, Dana M.
"The Dead Sea Scrolls and Latter-day Saints: Where Do We Go from Here?,"
Studies in the Bible and Antiquity: Vol. 2
, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/sba/vol2/iss1/3