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.
Robert Karl Gnuse
The Elohist: A Seventh-Century Theological Tradition
Reviewed by Philip Y. Yoo
Esther J. Hamori
Women’s Divination in Biblical Literature: Prophecy, Necromancy, and Other Arts of Knowledge
Reviewed by Gerhard Karner
Exclusion and Judgment in Fellowship Meals: The Socio-historical Background of 1 Corinthians 11:17–34
Reviewed by Valeriy Alikin
The Chronicles of the Kings of Judah: 2 Chronicles 10–36
Reviewed by Ralph W. Klein
Richard D. Nelson
Judges: A Critical and Rhetorical Commentary
Reviewed by Keith Bodner
Frederick S. Tappenden
Resurrection in Paul: Cognition, Metaphor, and Transformation
Reviewed by John Granger Cook
Reviewed by Robert H. von Thaden Jr.
James W. Voelz
Reviewed by Hallur Mortensen
Covenant Renewal and the Consecration of the Gentiles in Romans
Reviewed by Ryan Heinsch
Reviewed by Janelle Peters
Dec 22, 2017
Dec 21, 2017
Paul on the Road to Assos (Acts 20)
I like the book of Acts and dabble in Bible geography so I enjoyed this post by Carl Rasmussen on Paul's trip to Assos from Troas and his companions trip by sea to Assos (Acts 20:13–14). So good so far. But trying to determine why two different routes were taken is difficult because the text simply does not tell us. But Mark Wilson offers some suggestions that are then challenged and defended in the comments. Good stuff.
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Labels: Acts, Geography, New Testament, Paul
Dec 20, 2017
Should Christmas Carols Be Biblically Accurate?
Ian Paul seeks to answer that question here.
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Dec 19, 2017
Biblical Archaeology Related Finds of 2017
Live Science has their list of the most significant biblical archaeology related finds of the year here.
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Labels: Biblical Archaeology
Dec 18, 2017
Köstenberger's List of 2017's Best Books in Biblical Studies
You can see his top ten here.
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