Jun 6, 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.

Lynne Moss Bahr, “The Time is Fulfilled”: Jesus’s Apocalypticism in the Context of Continental Philosophy
Reviewed by Theron Clay Mock III

Theodore A. Bergren, A Latin-Greek Index of the Vulgate New Testament and the Apostolic Fathers
Reviewed by Thomas W. Hudgins

Roger A. Bullard and Howard A. Hatton, A Handbook on 1–2 Esdras
Reviewed by Andrew Daniel

Veronika Burz-Tropper, ed., Studien zum Gottesbild im Johannesevangelium
Reviewed by Jan Heilmann

William S. Campbell, The Nations in the Divine Economy: Paul’s Covenantal Hermeneutics and Participation in Christ
Reviewed by David J. Neville

Isaiah Gafni, Jews and Judaism in the Rabbinic Era: Image and Reality – History and Historiography
Reviewed by Eliezer Diamond

Andrew Gregory, ed., The Gospel according to the Hebrews and the Gospel of the Ebionites
Reviewed by David B. Sloan

Sarah Hart, From Temple to Tent: From Real to Virtual World (Exodus 24:15–Numbers 10:28)
Reviewed by Michael Homan

Laura Invernizzi, “Perchi mi hai inviato?”: Dalla diacronia redazionale alla dinamica narrativa in Es 5,1–7,7
Reviewed by Daniel Prokop

Amy Lindeman Allen, For Theirs Is the Kingdom: Inclusion and Participation of Children in the Gospel according to Luke
Reviewed by A. James Murphy

Jeremy D. Lyon, The Genesis Creation Account in the Dead Sea Scrolls
Reviewed by Stephen Reed

Scot McKnight, The Letter to Philemon
Reviewed by James P. Sweeney

Allan J. McNicol, The Persistence of God’s Endangered Promises: The Bible’s Unified Story Reviewed by Trevor Laurence

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