Mar 6, 2010

Latest Issue of Review of Biblical Literature

The latest issue of
Review of Biblical Literature is out. Reviews that may be of interest from a Bible Exposition perspective include:

François Bovon
L'Evangile selon saint Luc 19,28-24,53
Reviewed by Richard I. Pervo

Robin Gallaher Branch
Jeroboam's Wife: The Enduring Contributions of the Old Testament's Lesser-Known Women
Reviewed by Wil Gafney

Jean-Marie van Cangh
Les sources Judaïques du nouveau testament: Recueil d'essais
Reviewed by Peter Tomson

Shawna Dolansky, ed.
Sacred History, Sacred Literature: Essays on Ancient Israel, the Bible, and Religion in Honor of R. E. Friedman on His Sixtieth Birthday
Reviewed by Bob Becking

Pamela Eisenbaum
Paul Was Not a Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle
Reviewed by Yung Suk Kim

Dirk Hartwig, Walter Homolka, Michael J. Marx, and Angelika Neuwirth, eds.
"Im vollen Licht der Geschichte": Die Wissenschaft des Judentums und die Anfänge der kritischen Koranforschung
Reviewed by Ernst Axel Knauf

Bernard M. Levinson
Legal Revision and Religious Renewal in Ancient Israel
Reviewed by Bruce Wells

Lee Martin McDonald
Forgotten Scriptures: The Selection and Rejection of Early Religious Writings
Reviewed by Francis Dalrymple-Hamilton

Paul Middleton, Angus Paddison, and Karen Wenell, eds.
Paul, Grace and Freedom: Essays in Honour of John K. Riches
Reviewed by Michael J. Lakey

Mogens Müller
The Expression 'Son of Man' and the Development of Christology: A History of Interpretation
Reviewed by Rollin Kearns

Eckart Otto
Die Tora: Studien zum Pentateuch: Gesammelte Schriften
Reviewed by Trent C. Butler

C. Kavin Rowe
World Upside Down: Reading Acts in the Graeco-Roman Age
Reviewed by V. Henry Nguyen

Karel van der Toorn
Scribal Culture and the Making of the Hebrew Bible
Reviewed by Richard Weis

Alexander Tsutserov
Glory, Grace, and Truth: Ratification of the Sinaitic Covenant according to the Gospel of John
Reviewed by Christopher W. Skinner

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