Apr 29, 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. 

Susan I. Bubbers
A Scriptural Theology of Eucharistic Blessings
Reviewed by Richard S. Briggs

Rhonda G. Crutcher
That He Might Be Revealed: Water Imagery and the Identity of Jesus in the Gospel of John
Reviewed by Dorothy A. Lee

Eric M. Vanden Eykel
“But Their Faces Were All Looking Up”: Author and Reader in the Protoevangelium of James
Reviewed by Joseph Azize

J. R. Daniel Kirk
A Man Attested by God: The Human Jesus of the Synoptic Gospels
Reviewed by Derek Tovey

Manoja Kumar Korada
The Rationale for Aniconism in the Old Testament: A Study of Select Texts
Reviewed by Nathan Macdonald

Joseph McDonal
Exploring Moral Injury in Sacred Texts
Reviewed by Joel Stephen Williams

Candida R. Moss and Joel S. Baden
Reconceiving Infertility: Biblical Perspectives on Procreation and Childlessness
Reviewed by Beth M. Stovell

Richard I. Pervo
The Acts of John
Reviewed by R. Alan Culpepper

Kandy Queen-Sutherland
Ruth and Esther
Reviewed by Peter H. W. Lau
Reviewed by Jeanette Mathews

Thomas Bowie Slater, ed.
Afrocentric Interpretations of Jesus and the Gospel Tradition: Things Black Scholars See That White Scholars Overlook
Reviewed by John W. Fadden

Robert S. Snow
Daniel’s Son of Man in Mark: A Redefinition of the Jerusalem Temple and the Formation of a New Covenant Community
Reviewed by Max Botner

Richard N. Soulen
Defining Jesus: The Earthly, the Biblical, the Historical, and the Real Jesus, and How Not to Confuse Them
Reviewed by Glen Fairen

Gillian Townsley
The Straight Mind in Corinth: Queer Readings across 1 Corinthians 11:2–16
Reviewed by Joseph A. Marchal

Gary Yamasaki
Insights from Filmmaking for Analyzing Biblical Narrative
Reviewed by Reina-Marie Loader

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