Nov 28, 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.

Anthony Augoustakis, Emma Buckley, and Claire Stocks, eds., Fides in Flavian Literature
Reviewed by Teresa Morgan

Kenneth Bergland, Reading as a Disclosure of the Thoughts of the Heart: Proto-halakhic Reuse and Appropriation between Torah and the Prophets
Reviewed by Mark A. Awabdy

Filip Čapek and Oded Lipschits, eds., The Last Century in the History of Judah
Reviewed by Lester L. Grabbe

Patricia Cox Miller, In the Eye of the Animal: Zoological Imagination in Ancient Christianity
Reviewed by Jennifer L. Koosed

Cristiano D’Angelo, Davide e Mical: Studio sulla redazione e la teologia di 1–2 Samuele
Reviewed by Andrea Ravasco

James R. Harrison and L. L. Welborn, eds., The First Urban Churches 3: Ephesus
Reviewed by Eric C. Moore

John D. Harvey, Romans
Reviewed by Cristian Cardozo Mindiola

Brice C. Jones, New Testament Texts on Greek Amulets from Late Antiquity
Reviewed by Juan Hernández

Christoph Markschies, God’s Body: Jewish, Christian, and Pagan Images of God
Reviewed by Joshua Schwartz

Ralph P. Martin and Carl N. Toney, New Testament Foundations: An Introduction for Students
Reviewed by Nijay K. Gupta

Saul M. Olyan and Jacob L. Wright, eds., Supplementation and the Study of the Hebrew Bible
Reviewed by Roy E. Garton

Matthew H. Patton and Frederic Clarke Putnam; Miles V. Van Pelt, ed., Basics of Hebrew Discourse: A Guide to Working with Hebrew Prose and Poetry
Reviewed by David J. Fuller

Stephanie Day Powell, Narrative Desire and the Book of Ruth
Reviewed by Marjo C. A. Korpel

Miles V. Van Pelt and Gary D. Pratico, The Vocabulary Guide to Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic
Reviewed by George Athas

Jenni Williams, The Kingdom of Our God: A Theological Commentary on Isaiah
Reviewed by Andrew T. Abernethy

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