Dead Sea Scrolls lectures available online (or in person if you can get there)

As I noted last year, the Dead Sea Scrolls are in Seattle, and in conjunction with the exhibition is a series of eleven lectures at Town Hall. Tonight's lecture is The Dead Sea Scrolls, Jesus & The Da Vinci Code. These lectures are rebroadcast on The Seattle Channel, and it appears that the city also makes the video available via streaming media. It takes a few weeks for them to make it to the archive page, though. The first lecture in the series, Dead Sea Scrolls: Early Judaism and the Births of Christianity just went up. Fascinating stuff.

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  1. sergio says:

    Hey, thanks a lot! Btw, my favorite for cool lectures is For a reasonable price (when the course is on sale, and something is always on sale) you can get a plain MP3 with quality lectures usable on any device. For example, a good sequel to Dead Sea Scrolls lectures can be (see under Religion) "History of the Bible: The Making of the New Testament Canon".  Disclaimer: I don’t work for them, but I’ve bought a lot lectures from them.

  2. AQ says:

    Thanks for the link! Found you via msdn where one doesn’t expect to find links to lectures on Apocrypha but am pleasantly surprised nonetheless…

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