Jan 6, 2017

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.

Michal Beth Dinkler
Silent Statements: Narrative Representations of Speech and Silence in the Gospel of Luke
Reviewed by Mikeal C. Parsons

John Eifion Morgan-Wynne
Paul’s Pisidian Antioch Speech: Acts 13
Reviewed by Lars Kierspel

Jason M. H. Gaines
The Poetic Priestly Source
Reviewed by Frank H. Polak

Friedhelm Hartenstein and Konrad Schmid, eds.
Abschied von der Priesterschrift?: Zum Stand der Pentateuchdebatte
Reviewed by David M. Carr

Gary G. Hoag
Wealth in Ancient Ephesus and the First Letter to Timothy: Fresh Insights from Ephesiaca by Xenophon of Ephesus
Reviewed by Susana de Sola Funsten

Walter J. Houston
Amos: Justice and Violence
Reviewed by Karl Möller

Michael Labahn and Outi Lehtipuu, eds.
People under Power: Early Jewish and Christian Responses to the Roman Empire
Reviewed by Warren Carter

Antti Laato
Guide to Biblical Chronology
Reviewed by Ernst Axel Knauf

David A. Lambert
How Repentance Became Biblical: Judaism, Christianity, and the Interpretation of Scripture
Reviewed by Dru Johnson

Reinhard Pummer
The Samaritans: A Profile
Reviewed by Monika Schreiber

Benjamin Sargent
Written To Serve: The Use of Scripture in 1 Peter
Reviewed by Abson Joseph

Pyung Soo Seo
Luke’s Jesus in the Roman Empire and the Emperor in the Gospel of Luke
Reviewed by Frank E. Dicken

Martin Vahrenhorst
Der erste Brief des Petrus
Reviewed by Torrey Seland

Meredith J. C. Warren
My Flesh Is Meat Indeed: A Nonsacramental Reading of John 6:51–58
Reviewed by Dana Robinson

Konrad Zawadzki
Der Kommentar Cyrills von Alexandrien zum 1. Korintherbrief: Einleitung, kritischer Text, Übersetzung, Einzelanalyse
Reviewed by David Kneip

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