Apr 29, 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.

Bill T. Arnold and Brent A. Strawn, eds., The World around the Old Testament: The People and Places of the Ancient Near East
Reviewed by David G. Firth

Angelika Berlejung, Aren M. Maeir, and Andreas Schüle, eds., Wandering Arameans: Arameans outside Syria: Textual and Archaeological Perspectives
Reviewed by Shuichi Hasegawa

Soon Bong Choi, Jin Ki Hwang, and Max J. Lee, eds., Fire in My Soul: Essays on Pauline Soteriology and the Gospels in Honor of Seyoon Kim
Reviewed by Yongbom Lee

Anne Hege Grung, Marianne Bjelland Kartzow, and Anna Rebecca Solevåg, eds., Bodies, Borders, Believers: Ancient Texts and Present Conversations: Essays in Honor of Turid Karlsen Seim on Her 70th Birthday
Reviewed by F. Scott Spencer

Karina Martin Hogan, Matthew Goff, and Emma Wasserman, eds., Pedagogy in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity
Reviewed by H. H. Drake Williams III

Nestor Kavvadas, Ephraem der Syrer und Basilios der Große, Justinian und Edessa: Die Begegnung griescher und syrischer Traditionsautorität in der Ephraemvita und der miaphysitisch-chalkedonische Konflikt
Reviewed by David Kiger

Judith Krawelitzki, Gottes Macht im Psalter
Reviewed by Áron Németh

Dennis R. MacDonald, The Gospels and Homer: Imitations of Greek Epic in Mark and Luke-Acts
Reviewed by Matthew S. Collins

Thierry Murica, Marie appelée la Magdaléenne: Entre traditions et histoire (Ier–VIIIe siècle)
Reviewed by Valérie Nicolet

Andreas Schüle, Theology from the Beginning: Essays on the Primeval History and Its Canonical Context
Reviewed by David T. Tsumura

Todd A. Wilson and Paul R. House, eds., The Crucified Apostle: Essays on Peter and Paul
Reviewed by James W. Thompson

Christopher Zoccali, Reading Philippians after Supersessionism: Jews, Gentiles, and Covenant Identity Reviewed by Gregory E. Lamb

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