Dec 17, 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 Donkor Afoakwah
The Nathan-David Confrontation (2 Sam 12:1–15a): A Slap in the Face of the Deuteronomistic Hero?
Reviewed by George G. Nicol

Giovanni B. Bazzana
Kingdom of Bureaucracy: The Political Theology of Village Scribes in the Sayings Gospel Q
Reviewed by Sarah E. Rollens

Mark J. Boda
‘Return To Me’: A Biblical Theology of Repentance
Reviewed by Josh Mathews

Peder Borgen
The Gospel of John: More Light from Philo, Paul and Archaeology: The Scriptures, Tradition, Exposition, Settings, Meaning
Reviewed by Harold W. Attridge

Walter Brueggemann; K. C. Hanson, ed.
The Role of Old Testament Theology in Old Testament Interpretation: And Other Essays
Reviewed by Ben C. Ollenburger

Paul Han
Swimming in the Sea of Scripture: Paul’s Use of the Old Testament in 2 Corinthians 4:7–13:13
Reviewed by Seth M. Ehorn

Christine Jacobi
Jesusüberlieferung bei Paulus?: Analogien zwischen den echten Paulusbriefen und den synoptischen Evangelien
Reviewed by Kari Syreeni

Francis Landy, Leigh Trevaskis, and Bryan Bibb, eds.
Text, Time, and Temple: Literary, Historical and Ritual Studies in Leviticus
Reviewed by Samuel L. Boyd

Matthew Newkirk
Just Deceivers: An Exploration of the Motif of Deception in the Books of Samuel
Reviewed by Juan Miguel Betancourt

Richard E. Payne
A State of Mixture: Christians, Zoroastrians, and Iranian Political Culture in Late Antiquity
Reviewed by Jennifer Hart

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