Feb 14, 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.

Thomas Johann Bauer and Peter von Möllendorff, eds., Die Briefe des Ignatios von Antiochia: Motive, Strategien, Kontexte
Reviewed by Jonathon Lookadoo

Timothy Beal, The Book of Revelation: A Biography
Reviewed by Robyn J. Whitaker

Douglas Boin, A Social and Cultural History of Late Antiquity
Reviewed by Edmon L. Gallagher

Janice Pearl Ewurama De-Whyte, Wom(b)an: A Cultural-Narrative Reading of the Hebrew Bible Barrenness Narratives
Reviewed by Amanda Mbuvi

James S. Diamond; Robert Goldenberg and Gary A. Rendsburg, eds., Scribal Secrets: Extraordinary Texts in the Torah and Their Implications
Reviewed by Michael Carasik

James R. Harrison and L. L. Welborn, eds., The First Urban Churches 4: Roman Philippi
Reviewed by D. Clint Burnett

Richard A. Horsley, Text and Tradition in Performance and Writing
Reviewed by Ian Werrett

Jennifer T. Kaalund, Reading Hebrews and 1 Peter with the African Great Migration: Diaspora, Place, and Identity

Reviewed by David G. Horrell

Gregorio del Olmo Lete, The Private Archives of Ugarit: A Functional Analysis
Reviewed by Zachary Thomas

Jack R. Lundbom, Craig A. Evans, and Bradford A. Anderson, eds., The Book of Jeremiah: Composition, Reception, and Interpretation
Reviewed by Nathan MacDonald

Jack Shechter, The Idea of Monotheism: The Evolution of a Foundational Concept
Reviewed by Michael Simone, S.J.

Eveline van Staalduine-Sulman, Justifying Christian Aramaism: Editions and Latin Translations of the Targums from the Complutensian to the London Polyglot Bible (1517–1657) 

Reviewed by Jeffrey L. Morrow

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