Nederlands theologisch tijdschrift vol:62 issue:2 pages:140-154
This article reviews eschatological interpretations of Isaiah, Psalms, and Daniel in the New Testament in light of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Q 7:18-23 and 4Q521 attest to a horizon of expectation that an anointed messenger (Isa 61:1) and divine miracles (e.g. Isa 26:19) confirm hope in the Lord; hope that the early Jesus-movement identified with Jesus as Lord. The Davidic messianism that exegesis of Psalm 110:1 in Mark 12:35-37a par. counters is partly informed by accents of Davidic messianism in 11QPs a. Mark 13:26-27 par., that alludes to Daniel 7:13-14, shares with 4QpsDan a ar 24 2 the motif of the gathering of the elect.