May 18, 2012

Latest Issue of Review of Biblical Literature

The latest issue of Review of Biblical Literature is out. Reviews can be accessed by clicking the links below.

Philip F. Esler
Sex, Wives, and Warriors: Reading Biblical Narrative with Its Ancient Audience
Reviewed by Brian Peterson
John Paul Heil
Hebrews: Chiastic Structures and Audience Response
Reviewed by Philip Church
Richard A. Horsley
Jesus and the Powers: Conflict, Covenant, and the Hope of the Poor
Reviewed by Kevin B. McCruden
Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan and Tina Pippin, eds.
Mother Goose, Mother Jones, Mommie Dearest: Biblical Mothers and Their Children
Reviewed by Melanie Howard
Thomas E. Phillips
Acts within Diverse Frames of Reference
Reviewed by Arie W. Zwiep
Tammi J. Schneider
An Introduction to Ancient Mesopotamian Religion
Reviewed by Andrew Riley
Hershel Shanks
Freeing the Dead Sea Scrolls: And Other Adventures of an Archaeology Outsider
Reviewed by Matthew A. Collins
Andrew E. Steinmann
Ezra and Nehemiah
Reviewed by Antje Labahn
Michael E. Stone
Ancient Judaism: New Visions and Views
Reviewed by Joseph Angel
James Riley Strange
The Moral World of James: Setting the Epistle in Its Greco-Roman and Judaic Environments
Reviewed by John S. Kloppenborg

This issue also contains the following two responses to previous reviews.

Rob Dalrymple responds to the review of his Revelation and the Two Witnesses at:
Brian Abasciano responds to the review of his Paul's Use of the Old Testament in Romans 9.10-18 at:


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