Apr 6, 2019

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.

Woojin Chung, Translation Theory and the Old Testament in Matthew: The Possibilities of Skopos Theory
Reviewed by Edmon L. Gallagher

Philip R. Davies, Rethinking Biblical Scholarship: Changing Perspectives 4
Reviewed by Paola Mollo

Paul Gardner, 1 Corinthians
Reviewed by Andrew Spurgeon

Stephen M. Hildebrand, Basil of Caesarea
Reviewed by Kevin M. Clarke

Alex Hon Ho Ip, A Socio-rhetorical Interpretation of the Letter to Philemon in Light of the New Institutional Economics: An Exhortation to Transform a Master-Slave Economic Relationship into a Brotherly Loving Relationship
Reviewed by Demetrius K. Williams

Wolfgang Kraus, Michaël van der Meer, and Martin Meiser, eds., XV Congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies
Reviewed by Ville Mäkipelto

Elritia Le Roux, Ethics in 1 Peter: The Imitatio Christi and the Ethics of Suffering in 1 Peter and the Gospel of Mark, a Comparative Study
Reviewed by Joel Stephen Williams

Nicole Rupschus, Frauen in Qumran
Reviewed by William Loader

Ariel Clark Silver, The Book of Esther and the Typology of Female Transfiguration in American Literature
Reviewed by Jennifer L. Koosed

Ambjörn Sjörs, Historical Aspects of Standard Negation in Semitic
Reviewed by Dennis Pardee

Michael J. Thate, Kevin J. Vanhoozer, and Constantine R. Campbell, eds., “In Christ” in Paul: Explorations in Paul’s Theology of Union and Participation
Reviewed by Max Botner

Michael Wolter, The Gospel according to Luke: Volume II (Luke 9:51–24)
Reviewed by David Lertis Matson

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