Jan 24, 2020

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.

Alice Ogden Bellis, Proverbs
Reviewed by Timothy J. Sandoval

Samuel L. Bray and John F. Hobbins, Genesis 1–11: A New Old Translation for Readers, Scholars, and Translators
Reviewed by Robert Gnuse

Louise A. Gosbell, “The Poor, the Crippled, the Blind, and the Lame”: Physical and Sensory Disability in the Gospels of the New Testament
Reviewed by Kenneth D. Litwak

James R. Harrison and L. L. Welborn, eds., The First Urban Churches 4: Roman Philippi
Reviewed by Isaac Blois

Stefan M. Maul, The Art of Divination in the Ancient Near East: Reading the Signs of Heaven and Earth
Reviewed by Gerhard Karner

Gary D. Pratico and Miles V. Van Pelt, Basics of Biblical Hebrew: Grammar
Reviewed by Joseph Lam

Adele Reinhartz, ed., The Gospel of John and Jewish-Christian Relations
Reviewed by Evan Hershman

Paul C. J. Riley, The Lord of the Gospel of John: Narrative Theory, Textual Criticism, and the Semantics of Kyrios
Reviewed by Joshua J. Coutts

Matthew Scott, The Hermeneutics of Christological Psalmody in Paul: An Intertextual Enquiry
Reviewed by Gregory M. Barnhill

Daniel B. Sharp, Papyrus Bodmer III: An Early Coptic Version of the Gospel of John and Genesis 1–4:2
Reviewed by Anne Boud’hors

J. Brian Tucker, Reading Romans after Supersessionism: The Continuation of Jewish Covenantal Identity
Reviewed by Maria Karyakina

Andreas Wagner, God’s Body: The Anthropomorphic God in the Old Testament
Reviewed by S. Tamar Kamionkowski

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