May 30, 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. 

Stan Harstine
A History of the Two-Hundred-Year Scholarly Debate about the Purpose of the Prologue to the Gospel of John: How Does Our Understanding of the Prologue Affect Our Interpretation of the Subsequent Text?
Reviewed by Martinus C. de Boer

Leander Keck
Christ’s First Theologian: The Shape of Paul’s Thought
Reviewed by Jeffrey L. Cockrell

Ebbe E. Knudsen
Classical Syriac Phonology
Reviewed by Jerome A. Lund

Nina E. Livesey
Galatians and the Rhetoric of Crisis: Paul – Demosthenes – Cicero
Reviewed by Rick F. Talbott

Francis J. Moloney
Johannine Studies 1975–2017
Reviewed by Stan Harstine

Ryan S. Peterson
The Imago Dei as Human Identity: A Theological Interpretation
Reviewed by Stephen Reed

Eileen Schuller and Marie-Theres Wacker, eds.
Early Jewish Writings
Reviewed by Laura Quick

James M. Scott, ed.
Exile: A Conversation with N. T. Wright
Reviewed by Nicholas G. Piotrowski

Bonnie Bowman Thurston
All the Fullness of God: The Christ of Colossians
Reviewed by Matthew S. Collins

Tommy Wasserman, Greger Andersson, and David Willgren, eds.
Studies in Isaiah: History, Theology, and Reception
Reviewed by Daniel J. Stulac

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