Dec 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.

Penelope Barter and William A. Tooman, eds., Ezekiel: Current Debates and Future Directions
Reviewed by Benjamin Kilchör

Bradley J. Bitner, Paul’s Political Strategy in I Corinthians 1–4: Constitution and Covenant
Reviewed by  Wendell Willis

Michael Carasik, The Bible’s Many Voices
Reviewed by Sandie Gravett

Jione Havea and Peter H. W. Lau, eds., Reading Ruth in Asia
Reviewed by James S. Lee

Christoph Heilig, Hidden Criticism? The Methodology and Plausibility of the Search for a Counter-imperial Subtext in Paul
Reviewed by David J. Lull

Brad E. Kelle, Telling the Old Testament Story: God’s Mission and God’s People
Reviewed by Jeff Anderson

Tremper Longman III and John H. Walton, The Lost World of the Flood: Mythology, Theology, and the Deluge Debate
Reviewed by Bernhard Lang

Ingeborg Löwisch, Trauma Begets Genealogy: Gender and Memory in Chronicles
Reviewed by Christine Mitchell

Dennis R. MacDonald, The Dionysian Gospel: The Fourth Gospel and Euripides
Reviewed by Tyler Smith

Erica A. Mathieson, Christian Women in the Greek Papyri of Egypt to 400 CE
Reviewed by Benjamin R. Overcash

Mercedes Navarro Puerto and Marinella Perroni, eds., Gospels: Narrative and History
Reviewed by Heather M. Gorman

Lukasz Niesiolowski-Spanò, Chiara Peri, and Jim West, eds., Finding Myth and History in the Bible: Scholarship, Scholars and Errors
Reviewed by Ian D. Wilson

John Riches, ed., The New Cambridge History of the Bible, Volume 4: From 1750 to the Present
Reviewed by John Barton

Michael Rosenberg, Signs of Virginity: Testing Virgins and Making Men in Late Antiquity
Reviewed by Michael R. Whitenton

David J. Shepherd and Christopher J. H. Wright, Ezra and Nehemiah
Reviewed by Bob Becking

Samuli Siikavirta, Baptism and Cognition in Romans 6–8: Paul’s Ethics beyond ‘Indicative’ and ‘Imperative’
Reviewed by Garwood P. Anderson

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