Jul 21, 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.

Allison Glazebrook and Barbara Tsakirgis, eds., Houses of Ill Repute: The Archaeology of Brothels, Houses, and Taverns in the Greek World
Reviewed by Allen Kerkeslager

John Goldingay, Reading Jesus’s Bible: How the New Testament Helps Us Understand the Old Testament
Reviewed by Nathan Bills

Edward Allen Jones III, Reading Ruth in the Restoration Period: A Call for Inclusion
Reviewed by Brandon R. Grafius

Gloria London, Ancient Cookware from the Levant: An Ethnoarchaeological Perspective
Reviewed by Ralph K. Hawkins

Lidia D. Matassa, Invention of the First-Century Synagogue
Reviewed by Chad Spigel

John L. McLaughlin, An Introduction to Israel’s Wisdom Traditions
Reviewed by David Penchansky

David J. Neville, The Vehement Jesus: Grappling with Troubling Gospel Texts
Reviewed by Hector Avalos

Alexandra Robinson, Jude on the Attack: A Comparative Analysis of the Epistle of Jude, Jewish Judgement Oracles, and Greco-Roman Invective
Reviewed by Peter H. Davids

Kimberly D. Russaw, Daughters in the Hebrew Bible
Reviewed by Laura Quick

Ze’ev Safrai, Seeking Out the Land: Land of Israel Traditions in Ancient Jewish, Christian and Samaritan Literature (200 BCE–400 CE)
Reviewed by Benjamin D. Gordon

Mark Scarlata, The Abiding Presence: A Theological Commentary on Exodus
Reviewed by Justin Young

Sissel Undheim, Borderline Virginities: Sacred and Secular Virgins in Late Antiquity 

Reviewed by Susan E. Hylen

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