Sep 11, 2016

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 but unfortunately you must be a SBL member.

James P. Allen
The Ancient Egyptian Pyramid Texts
Reviewed by Aren M. Maeir

Mark J. Boda, Frank Ritchel Ames, John Ahn, and Mark Leuchter, eds.
The Prophets Speak on Forced Migration
Reviewed by Bob Becking
Reviewed by James S. Lee

Philip Church, Peter Walker, Tim Bulkeley, and Tim Meadowcroft, eds.
The Gospel and the Land of Promise: Christian Approaches to the Land of the Bible
Reviewed by Boris Paschke

Matthew C. Easter
Faith and the Faithfulness of Jesus in Hebrews
Reviewed by Bryan J. Whitfield

Trine Bjornung Hasselbalch
Meaning and Context in the Thanksgiving Hymns: Linguistic and Rhetorical Perspectives on a Collection of Prayers from Qumran
Reviewed by Daniel K. Falk

George W. Houston
Inside Roman Libraries: Book Collections and Their Management in Antiquity
Reviewed by H. Gregory Snyder

Outi Lehtipuu
Debates over the Resurrection of the Dead: Constructing Early Christian Identity
Reviewed by Shelly Matthews

Simon Mainwaring
Mark, Mutuality, and Mental Health: Encounters with Jesus
Reviewed by John W. Fadden

Gregg S. Morrison
The Turning Point in the Gospel of Mark: A Study in Markan Christology
Reviewed by Elizabeth Struthers Malbon

Robert J. Myles
The Homeless Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew
Reviewed by Warren Carter

Eleuterio Ruiz
Das Land ist für die Armen da: Psalm 37 und seine immer aktuelle Bedeutung
Reviewed by Áron Németh

James M. Todd
Remember, O Yahweh: The Poetry and Context of Psalms 135–137
Reviewed by Beat Weber

Ronny Vollandt
Arabic Versions of the Pentateuch: A Comparative Study of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Sources
Reviewed by John Kaltner

Walter T. Wilson
The Sentences of Sextus
Reviewed by Justin M. Rogers

Al Wolters
Reviewed by Anthony R. Petterson

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