This is not really the kind of thing that I'd normally intend to post on Raised in the 80s, but it caught my attention as something truly fascinating.
Scholars have found amongst the fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls, one of their most controversial texts. Most Bibles follow the Hebrew text of the Old Testament, which contains 150 psalms, but some have more. The Greek Old Testament has 151 Psalms, but some Syrian Bibles have up to 155!
Raised in the 80s might be one of the first non-scholarly sources to be able to cite the most recently discovered, 156th Psalm. It has been painstakingly reconstructed from microscopic fragments using state-of-the-art computer technology. I'll have to let the experts do more in-depth work to determine age, but every indication is that this portion is from just after the Genesis era. The text is as follows:
Do You Remember?
3 years ago