Mar 16, 2018

The Latest Issue of the 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.

Aaron Chalmers
Interpreting the Prophets: Reading, Understanding and Preaching from the Worlds of the Prophets
Reviewed by Paul L. Redditt

István Czachesz
Cognitive Science and the New Testament: A New Approach to Early Christian Research
Reviewed by L. Gregory Bloomquist

Nathaniel P. DesRosiers and Lily C. Vuong, eds.
Religious Competition in the Greco-Roman World
Reviewed by Evgenia Moiseeva

Lewis R. Donelson
Pseudepigraphy and Ethical Argument in the Pastoral Epistles
Reviewed by Charles Bumgardner

Yosef Garfinkel and Madeleine Mumcuoglu
Solomon’s Temple and Palace: New Archaeological Discoveries
Reviewed by Ralph K. Hawkins

Joel S. Kaminsky, Joel N. Lohr, and Mark Reasoner
The Abingdon Introduction to the Bible: Understanding Jewish and Christian Scriptures
Reviewed by Marcel V. Macelaru

Christos Karakolis, Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr, and Sviatoslav Rogalsky, eds.
Gospel Images of Jesus Christ in Church Tradition and in Biblical Scholarship: Fifth International East–West Symposium of New Testament Scholars, Minsk, September 2 to 9, 2010
Reviewed by Valeriy A. Alikin

Francis M. Macatangay
When I Die, Bury Me Well: Death, Burial, Almsgiving, and Restoration in the Book of Tobit
Reviewed by Micah D. Kiel

Dennis R. MacDonald
The Dionysian Gospel: The Fourth Gospel and Euripides
Reviewed by Jo-Ann A. Brant

Charlene van der Walt
Toward a Communal Reading of 2 Samuel 13: Ideology and Power within the Intercultural Bible Reading Process
Reviewed by Anne Létourneau

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