Jul 25, 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.

Maxime Allard, Emmanuel Durand, and Marie de Lovinfosse, eds., Fins et commencements, Renvois et interactions: Mélanges offerts à Michel Gourgues
Reviewed by Jean-François Racine

Brian J. Arnold, Justification in the Second Century
Reviewed by Chris Kugler

Ruth Ebach and Martin Leuenberger, eds., Tradition(en) im alten Israel: Konstruktion, Transmission und Transformation
Reviewed by Peter Porzig

Benedikt Eckhardt, ed., Private Associations and Jewish Communities in the Hellenistic and Roman Cities
Reviewed by John S. Kloppenborg

Mari Joerstad, The Hebrew Bible and Environmental Ethics: Humans, Nonhumans, and the Living Landscape
Reviewed by Margaret M. Daly-Denton

Ralph J. Korner, The Origin and Meaning of Ekklēsia in the Early Jesus Movement
Reviewed by James R. Harrison

David G. Peterson, Commentary on Romans
Reviewed by Andrew B. Spurgeon

Jens Schröter, Simon Butticaz, and Andreas Dettwiler, eds., Receptions of Paul in Early Christianity: The Person of Paul and His Writings through the Eyes of His Early Interpreters
Reviewed by Benjamin A. Edsall

Nicole L. Tilford, ed., Women and the Society of Biblical Literature
Reviewed by Alice Ogden Bellis

James W. S. Yansen Jr., Daughter Zion’s Trauma: A Trauma-Informed Reading of the Book of Lamentations
Reviewed by Barbara Bakke Kaiser

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