Feb 24, 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.

Kristian A. Bendoraitis
‘Behold, the Angels Came and Served Him’: A Compositional Analysis of Angels in Matthew
Reviewed by Marianne Blickenstaff

J. Blake Couey
Reading the Poetry of First Isaiah: The Most Perfect Model of the Prophetic Poetry
Reviewed by Daniel J. Stulac

Robert Hanhart, ed.
Septuaginta: Paralipomenon liber II
Reviewed by Roger Good

Diana Lipton, ed.
Universalism and Particularism at Sodom and Gomorrah: Essays in Memory of Ron Pirson
Reviewed by Victor H. Matthews

Peter Meineck and David Konstan, eds.
Combat Trauma and the Ancient Greeks
Reviewed by Zsuzsanna Varhelyi

Geert van Oyen
Reading the Gospel of Mark as a Novel
Reviewed by Gregg S. Morrison

E. J. Revell; Raymond de Hoop and Paul Sanders, eds.
The Pausal System: Divisions in the Hebrew Biblical Text as Marked by Voweling and Stress Position
Reviewed by Jerome A. Lund

Randy Rheaume
An Exegetical and Theological Analysis of the Son’s Relationship to the Father in John’s Gospel: Equal Yet Subordinate
Reviewed by Athanasios Despotis

Mirjo Salvini
Les textes hourrites de Meskéné/Emar
Reviewed by Michael S. Moore

Christopher W. Skinner
Reading John
Reviewed by Chang Seon An

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