Jul 9, 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.

Rachel E. Adelman, The Female Ruse: Women’s Deception and Divine Sanction in the Hebrew Bible
Reviewed by Diana Abernethy

James K. Aitken and Hilary F. Marlow, eds., The City in the Hebrew Bible: Critical, Literary, and Exegetical Approaches
Reviewed by Victor H. Matthews

Karl Barth; R. David Nelson, ed., The Epistle to the Ephesians
Reviewed by Eric Covington

Matthew E. Gordley, New Testament Christological Hymns: Exploring Texts, Contexts, and Significance
Reviewed by Chris Kugler

Wolfgang Gründstäudl, Uta Poplutz, and Tobias Nicklas, eds., Der zweite Petrusbrief und das Neue Testament
Reviewed by Terrance Callan

Rahel Halabé, Hinneh: Biblical Hebrew the Practical Way
Reviewed by Michael Graves

Trevor S. Luke, Ushering in a New Republic: Theologies of Arrival at Rome in the First Century BCE
Reviewed by Patrick Stange

Thomas P. Nelligan, The Quest for Mark’s Sources: An Exploration of the Case for Mark’s Use of First Corinthians
Reviewed by Jin Hwan Lee

Johannes Unsok Ro, Poverty, Law, and Divine Justice in Persian and Hellenistic Judah
Reviewed by Brandon R. Grafius

Roger Tomes; Walter J. Houston and Adrian H. W. Curtis, eds., Interpreting the Text: Essays on the Old Testament, Its Reception and Its Study
Reviewed by Jeffrey G. Audirsch

Carey Walsh and Mark W. Elliott, eds., Biblical Theology: Past, Present, and Future
Reviewed by David S. Ritsema

Ola Wikander, Unburning Fame: Horses, Dragons, Beings of Smoke, and Other Indo-European Motifs in Ugarit and the Hebrew Bible 

Reviewed by Joanna Töyräänvuori

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