Oct 31, 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.

Ahn Byung-Mu, Stories of Minjung Theology: The Theological Journey of Ahn Byung-Mu in His Own Words
Reviewed by Youjin Chung

Marlis Arnhold, Harry O. Maier, and Jörg Rüpke, eds., Seeing the God: Image, Space, Performance, and Vision in the Religion of the Roman Empire
Reviewed by Davina C. Lopez

Angelika Berlejung and Aren M. Maeir, eds., Research on Israel and Aram: Autonomy, Independence and Related Issues; Proceedings of the First Annual RIAB Center Conference, Leipzig, June 2016
Reviewed by H. G. M. Williamson

Phyllis A. Bird, Harlot or Holy Woman? A Study of Hebrew Qedešah
Reviewed by Elaine Adler Goodfriend

A. J. Culp, Memoir of Moses: The Literary Creation of Covenantal Memory in Deuteronomy
Reviewed by Jack Lundbom

Sonja Feldmar, Eschatologische Fortschreibungen im Buch Hiob
Reviewed by Tobias Häner

Friedhelm Hartenstein and Thomas Willi, eds., Psalmen und Chronik
Reviewed by Lars Maskow

Sean Seongik Kim, The Spirituality of Following Jesus in John’s Gospel: An Investigation of Akolouthein and Correlated Motifs
Reviewed by Toan Do

Sun Wook Kim, Jesus and the Missional Movement in Galilee: Markan Spatial Presentation and Its Hermeneutical Significance
Reviewed by Eric Stewart

Flavien Pardigon, Paul against the Idols: A Contextual Reading of the Areopagus Speech
Reviewed by David Lertis Matson

Iain Provan, The Reformation and the Right Reading of Scripture
Reviewed by Edmon L. Gallagher

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