Jul 5, 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. 

John Ahn, ed., Landscapes of Korean and Korean American Biblical Interpretation
Reviewed by Adam F. Braun

Bob Becking, Ezra-Nehemiah
Reviewed by Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer

James H. Charlesworth, ed., The Unperceived Continuity of Isaiah
Reviewed by Csaba Balogh

André Flury, Erzählungen von Schöpfung, Erzeltern und Exodus
Reviewed by Annette Schellenberg

Paula Fredriksen, When Christians Were Jews: The First Generation
Reviewed by Joel Marcus

Jesús Girón Izquierdo, “Maestro, dónde vives?” (Jn 1,38): Estudio exegético-teológico sobre la función del adverbio “dónde” (ποῦ) en el evangelio de Juan
Reviewed by Francis Macatangay

Donald A. Hagner, How New Is the New Testament? First-Century Judaism and the Emergence of Christianity
Reviewed by James P. Sweeney

Geoffrey Herman and Jeffrey L. Rubenstein, eds., The Aggada of the Bavli and Its Cultural World
Reviewed by Joshua Schwartz

Mark McEntire, Not Scattered or Confused: Rethinking the Urban World of the Hebrew Bible
Reviewed by Mary Mills

Jac D. Perrin, Family 13 in St. John’s Gospel: A Computer Assisted Phylogenetic Analysis
Reviewed by Stephen C. Carlson

Gil Rosenberg, Ancestral Queerness: The Normal and the Deviant in the Abraham and Sarah Narratives
Reviewed by Susan E. Haddox

Tyler Smith, The Fourth Gospel and the Manufacture of Minds in Ancient Historiography, Biography, Romance, and Drama
Reviewed by Jo-Ann A. Brant

Hendrik Stoppel, Von Angesicht zu Angesicht: Ouvertüre am Horeb. Deuteronomium 5 und 9–10 und die Textgestalt ihrer Folie
Reviewed by Florian Oepping

Miles V. Van Pelt and Gary D. Pratico, Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary in Context
Reviewed by Sarah Baker

Michael R. Whitenton, Configuring Nicodemus: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Complex Characterization
Reviewed by Mark A. Matson

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