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.
Cavan W. Concannon
“When You Were Gentiles”: Specters of Ethnicity in Roman Corinth and Paul’s Corinthian Correspondence
Reviewed by Love L. Sechrest
James D. Findlay
From Prophet to Priest: The Characterization of Aaron in the Pentateuch
Reviewed by Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer
Sacrifice and Atonement: Psychological Motives and Biblical Patterns
Reviewed by Donald Senior
James R. Harrison and L. L. Welborn, eds.
The First Urban Churches 1: Methodological Foundations
Reviewed by Michelle Christian
Mahri Leonard-Fleckman and Alice L. Laffey
Reviewed by Terry Giles
Kar Yong Lim
Metaphors and Social Identity Formation in Paul’s Letters to the Corinthians
Reviewed by Christopher A. Porter
Benjamin E. Reynolds and Loren T. Stuckenbruck, eds.
The Jewish Apocalyptic Tradition and the Shaping of New Testament Thought
Reviewed by Greg Carey
Women and Power in Neo-Assyrian Palaces
Reviewed by Laura Quick
Ian D. Wilson
Kingship and Memory in Ancient Judah
Reviewed by Jason Silverman Wilhelm Wrede
The Authenticity of the Second Letter to the Thessalonians
http://www.bookreviews.org/bookdetail.asp?TitleId=11Reviewed by Rob van Houwelingen
Apr 14, 2018
Apr 13, 2018
You can see an answer to this question from a Jewish perspective here. It might be important to note that the seven (or so) "Noahide Laws or Commandments" are a bit of a misnomer since they are only loosely tied to Noah (cf. Gen 9). So these commandments are really more rabbinic than biblical.
A number of archaeologists answer that question here.
Apr 12, 2018
Apr 11, 2018
Although I am not sure that the gist of this article is as original as it might seem to suggest, it does offer an interesting discussion on the hardening of Pharaoh's heart in Exodus from a Jewish perspective.
Apr 10, 2018
Tim Miller provides a helpful review here of three of the more popular published exegetical guides on the New Testament. He interacts with the Summer Institute of Linguistics' Exegetical Summaries, B&H Academic's Exegetical Guides to the Greek New Testament, and Baylor's Handbook on the Greek New Testament. I am personally a fan of all three resources.
Apr 9, 2018
The spring 2018 issue of the Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry published by new Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary is available for free here. I have not had to peruse the entire issue but R. Larry Overstreet's article, "Hermenuetical Problem? Homiletical Opportunity!" looks interesting.