May 17, 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. 

Jeffrey Beneker and Craig A. Gibson, eds. and trans., The Rhetorical Exercises of Nikephoros Basilakes: Progymnasmata from Twelfth-Century Byzantium

Reviewed by Michael Wade Martin

Ben C. Blackwell, John K. Goodrich, and Jason Maston, eds., Reading Mark in Context: Jesus and Second Temple Judaism
Reviewed by Simon J. Joseph

Edwin K. Broadhead, ed., Let the Reader Understand: Essays in Honor of Elizabeth Struthers Malbon
Reviewed by Shawn Kelley

John F. Evans, You Shall Know That I Am Yahweh: An Inner-biblical Interpretation of Ezekiel’s Recognition Formula
Reviewed by Tova Ganzel

Christopher A. Faraone, The Transformation of Greek Amulets in Roman Imperial Times
Reviewed by Jitse H. F. Dijkstra

Lidija Gunjeviæ, Jubilee in the Bible: Using the Theology of Jürgen Moltmann to Find a New Hermeneutic
Reviewed by Brandon R. Grafius

Kyle R. Hughes, The Trinitarian Testimony of the Spirit: Prosopological Exegesis and the Development of Pre-Nicene Pneumatology
Reviewed by H. Clifton Ward

Gideon R. Kotzé, Wolfgang Kraus, and Michaël N. van der Meer, eds., XVI Congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies: Stellenbosch, 2016
Reviewed by Martin Rösel

Gabi Markusse, Salvation in the Gospel of Mark: The Death of Jesus and the Path of Discipleship
Reviewed by David M. Allen

Scot McKnight, Reading Romans Backwards: A Gospel of Peace in the Midst of Empire
Reviewed by David J. Neville

Adam Rasmussen, Genesis and Cosmos: Basil and Origen on Genesis 1 and Cosmology
Reviewed by Miriam DeCock

Ronald T. Ridley, Akhenaten: A Historian’s View
Reviewed by James K. Hoffmeier

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