Dec 29, 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. 

Keith Bodner and Benjamin J. M. Johnson, eds., Characters and Characterization in the Book of Kings
Reviewed by Suzie Park

Don C. Collett, Figural Reading and the Old Testament: Theology and Practice
Reviewed by J. Michael Thigpen

Gregory L. Cuéllar, Empire, the British Museum, and the Making of the Biblical Scholar in the Nineteenth Century: Archival Criticism
Reviewed by Rachel Hallote

J. Christopher Edwards, The Gospel according to the Epistle of Barnabas
Reviewed by James N. Rhodes

Jaco Gericke, A Philosophical Theology of the Old Testament: A Historical, Experimental, Comparative and Analytic Perspective
Reviewed by Paavo Tucker

Remo Gramigna, Augustine’s Theory of Signs, Signification, and Lying
Reviewed by Alexander H. Pierce

Charles W. Hedrick, Unmasking Biblical Faiths: The Marginal Relevance of the Bible for Contemporary Religious Faith
Reviewed by Hector Avalos

Luke Timothy Johnson, Constructing Paul: The Canonical Paul, Volume 1
Reviewed by M. Eugene Boring

Ingrid Rosa Kitzberger, Interfigural Readings of the Gospel of John
Reviewed by Sherri Brown

B. J. Koet and A. L. H. M. van Wieringen, eds., Multiple Teachers in Biblical Texts
Reviewed by Steven Edward Harris

Ross Shepard Kraemer, The Mediterranean Diaspora in Late Antiquity: What Christianity Cost the Jews
Reviewed by Steven Fine

Josef Schmid, Studies in the History of the Greek Text of the Apocalypse: The Ancient Stems
Reviewed by Ian Boxall

William J. Webb and Gordon K. Oeste, Bloody, Brutal, and Barbaric? Wrestling with Troubling War Texts
Reviewed by Eric A. Seibert

Oda Wischmeyer, ed., Handbuch der Bibelhermeneutiken: Von Origenes bis zur Gegenwart
Reviewed by Jeffrey L. Morrow

Martin Worthington, Ea’s Duplicity in the Gilgamesh Flood Story
Reviewed by Louise M. Pryke

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