Sep 22, 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.

T. Desmond Alexander, Exodus
Reviewed by Ralph K. Hawkins

Jan Assmann, Death and Salvation in Ancient Egypt
Reviewed by Nili Shupak

Edwin K. Broadhead, The Gospel of Matthew on the Landscape of Antiquity
Reviewed by J. Andrew Doole

R. Alan Culpepper and Jörg Frey, eds., The Opening of John’s Narrative (John 1:19–2:22): Historical, Literary, and Theological Readings from the Colloquium Ioanneum 2015 in Ephesus
Reviewed by Sherri Brown

David R. Nienhuis, A Concise Guide to Reading the New Testament: A Canonical Introduction
Reviewed by Caryn A. Reeder

Frederik Poulsen, Representing Zion: Judgement and Salvation in the Old Testament
Reviewed by Barry A. Jones

Charles L. Quarles, Matthew
Reviewed by Tobias Ålöw

Caryn A. Reeder, Gendering War and Peace in the Gospel of Luke
Reviewed by Shawn Kelley

Joseph Schubert, Dating Deuteronomy: The Wellhausen Fallacy
Reviewed by Philippe Guillaume

Lukas Stolz, Der Höhepunkt des Hebräerbriefs: Hebräer 12,18–29 und seine Bedeutung für die Struktur und die Theologie des Hebräerbriefs
Reviewed by David M. Moffitt

Steven Weitzman, The Origin of the Jews: The Quest for Roots in a Rootless Age
Reviewed by Lester L. Grabbe

K. K. Yeo, What Has Jerusalem to Do with Beijing? Biblical Interpretation from a Chinese Perspective
Reviewed by Yi-Sang Patrick Chan

Ziony Zevit, Subtle Citation, Allusion, and Translation in the Hebrew Bible
Reviewed by Jacques van Ruiten

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