Jan 31, 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.

J. L. Andruska, Wise and Foolish Love in the Song of Songs
Reviewed by Chloe Sun

Robert Armstrong and Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin, eds., The English Bible in the Early Modern World
Reviewed by Jeffrey L. Morrow

William E. Arnal, Richard S. Ascough, Robert A. Derrenbacker Jr., and Philip A. Harland, eds., Scribal Practices and Social Structures among Jesus Adherents: Essays in Honour of John S. Kloppenborg
Reviewed by John Marshall

Lori Baron, Jill Hicks-Keeton, and Matthew Thiessen, eds., The Ways That Often Parted: Essays in Honor of Joel Marcus
Reviewed by Anders Petersen

Justin Buol, Martyred for the Church: Memorializations of the Effective Deaths of Bishop Martyrs in the Second Century CE
Reviewed by Paul Middleton

Mark J. Keown, Philippians
Reviewed by Isaac Blois

Mahri Leonard-Fleckman, The House of David: Between Political Formation and Literary Revision
Reviewed by Klaus-Peter Adam

Beniamin Pascut, Redescribing Jesus’ Divinity through a Social Science Theory: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Forgiveness and Divine Identity in Ancient Judaism and Mark 2:1–12
Reviewed by April Hoelke Simpson

Philip N. Richardson, Temple of the Living God: The Influence of Hellenistic Philosophy on Paul’s Figurative Temple Language Applied to the Corinthians
Reviewed by Michael K. W. Suh

Kenneth Seeskin, Thinking about the Torah: A Philosopher Reads the Bible
Reviewed by Mark Awabdy

Jeffrey S. Siker, Jesus, Sin, and Perfection in Early Christianity
Reviewed by Chris Keith

Mitzi J. Smith and Yung Suk Kim, Toward Decentering the New Testament: A Reintroduction
Reviewed by Demetrius K. Williams

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