Jul 10, 2015

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.

Rainer Albertz
Exodus 1–18
Reviewed by William Johnstone

Wolfgang Grunstaudl
Petrus Alexandrinus: Studien zum historischen und theologischen Ort des Zweiten Petrusbriefes
Reviewed by Rob van Houwelingen

Brad E. Kelle, Frank Ritchel Ames, and Jacob L. Wright
Warfare, Ritual, and Symbol in Biblical and Modern Contexts
Reviewed by Kyle H. Keimer
Reviewed by William L. Lyons

Jason T. Lamoreaux
Ritual, Women, and Philippi: Reimagining the Early Philippian Community
Reviewed by Angela Standhartinger

Matthew Lynch
Monotheism and Institutions in the Book of Chronicles: Temple, Priesthood, and Kingship in Post-exilic Perspective
Reviewed by Michael B. Hundley

Steve Mason and Tom Robinson, eds.
Early Christian Reader
Reviewed by H. H. Drake Williams III
Reviewed by Arie W. Zwiep

Matteo Munari
Il compimento della Torah: Gesù e la Scrittura in Mt 5, 17-48
Reviewed by Andrea Ravasco

Ernest Nicholson
Deuteronomy and the Judaean Diaspora
Reviewed by Jeremy M. Hutton

Eyal Regev
The Hasmoneans: Ideology, Archaeology, Identity
Reviewed by James S. Lee

Clare K. Rothschild, Jens Schröter
The Rise and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries of the Common Era
Reviewed by Eve-Marie Becker

Seizo Sekine
Philosophical Interpretations of the Old Testament
Reviewed by Walter Moberly

Angela Thomas
Anatomical Idiom and Emotional Expression: A Comparison of the Hebrew Bible and the Septuagint
Reviewed by Benjamin M. Austin

Keith W. Whitelam, ed.
Holy Land as Homeland? Models for Constructing the Historic Landscapes of Jesus
Reviewed by Emanuel Pfoh

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