May 21, 2021

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 to read them.

Mary Ann Beavis and Ally Kateusz, eds., Rediscovering the Marys: Maria, Mariamne, Miriam
Reviewed by Kathleen Gallagher Elkins

Michael J. Gorman, Participating in Christ: Explorations in Paul’s Theology and Spirituality
Reviewed by Cornelis Bennema

Lowell K. Handy, Josiah: From Improbable Stories to Inventive Historiography
Reviewed by Graeme Auld

Andrew J. Kelley, Thaumaturgic Prowess: Autonomous and Dependent Miracle-Working in Mark’s Gospel and the Second Temple Period
Reviewed by Jennifer Eyl

Domenico Lo Sardo, Post-Priestly Additions and Rewritings in Exodus 35–40: An Analysis of MT, LXX, and Vetus Latina
Reviewed by Larry Perkins

Roland Meynet, Le Psautier: Quatrième livre (Ps 90–106)
Reviewed by Beat Weber

Matt O’Reilly, Paul and the Resurrected Body: Social Identity and Ethical Practice
Reviewed by Christopher A. Porter

Marta Pallavidini and Ludovico Portuese, eds., Researching Metaphor in the Ancient Near East
Reviewed by Ryan P. Bonfiglio

Sung Jin Park, The Fundamentals of Hebrew Accents: Divisions and Exegetical Roles beyond Syntax
Reviewed by Michael Carasik

Bradley K. Storin, Gregory of Nazianzus’s Letter Collection: The Complete Translation
Reviewed by Andrew Faulkner

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