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.
Christa Clamer, Kay Prag, and Jean-Baptiste Humbert, eds., Colegio del Pilar: Excavations in Jerusalem, Christian Quarter
Reviewed by Joshua Schwartz
Alex Damm, ed., Religions and Education in Antiquity: Studies in Honour of Michel Desjardins
Reviewed by Allison L. Gray
Susan Docherty, The Jewish Pseudepigrapha: An Introduction to the Literature of the Second Temple Period
Reviewed by Olivia Stewart Lester
Emran Iqbal El-Badawi, The Qur’ān and the Aramaic Gospel Traditions
Reviewed by Abdulla Galadari
Martin Friis, Image and Imitation: Josephus’ Antiquities 1–11 and Greco-Roman Historiography
Reviewed by Jan Willem van Henten
J. J. Johnson Leese, Christ, Creation, and the Cosmological Redemption: A Study of Pauline Creation Theology as Read by Irenaeus and Applied to Ecotheology
Reviewed by S. Aaron Son
Scot McKnight and Greg Mamula, eds., Conflict Management and the Apostle Paul
Reviewed by Adam White
Marcus A. Mininger, Uncovering the Theme of Revelation in Romans 1:16–3:26: Discovering a New Approach to Paul’s Argument
Reviewed by David Neville
John H. Walton and J. Harvey Walton, The Lost World of the Torah: Law as Covenant and Wisdom in Ancient Context Reviewed by William S. Morrow
Alexander Weidner, Das Ende Deuterojesajas: Eine literarkritische und redaktiongeschichtliche Studie zur Entstehung von Jes 40–66
Reviewed by Marvin A. Sweeney
Apr 4, 2020
Apr 3, 2020
Apr 2, 2020
Here is an interesting article by a rabbi trying to reconcile critical scholarship and more traditional readings and understandings of Scripture, specifically here Leviticus.
Apr 1, 2020
The free Logos Book for the Month is not a book but rather a video course, "Faith Working Through Love," taught by N. T. Wright. You can also purchase the "Lord's Supper," "Paul and His Letter to the Philippians," and "Acts of the Apostles" all taught by Wright for $9.99, $19.99, and $34.99. You can also register for a chance to win the 51-volume N. T. Wright Collection. For all these offers, go to the Logos' Free Book of Month page here.
Mar 31, 2020
Mar 30, 2020
I have been to the Israel Museum a number of times and one of the stops is usually a heel bone of a man who had been crucified in the first-century AD (see a picture below). But now I learn from Carl Rasmussen here that the artifact in the museum is in fact a replica. I will need to remember than next time I am talking folks through there.