Jun 19, 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.

Francesco Arena, Prophetic Conflicts in Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Micah: How Post-exilic Ideologies Created the False (and the True) Prophets
Reviewed by Samuel A. Meier

Hans Boersma, Scripture as Real Presence: Sacramental Exegesis in the Early Church
Reviewed by Miriam DeCock

Walter Bührer, ed., Schriftgelehrte Fortschreibungs- und Auslegungsprozesse: Textarbeit im Pentateuch, in Qumran, Ägypten und Mesopotamien
Reviewed by Markus Zehnder

Robert H. Gundry, Peter: False Disciple and Apostate according to Saint Matthew
Reviewed by Michael Kok

David Hamidović, Claire Clivaz, and Sarah Bowen Savant, eds., Ancient Manuscripts in Digital Culture: Visualization, Data Mining, Communication
Reviewed by Clark R. Bates

David Lincicum, Ruth Sheridan, and Charles M. Stang, eds., Law and Lawlessness in Early Judaism and Early Christianity
Reviewed by Michael F. Bird

Saul M. Olyan, Violent Rituals of the Hebrew Bible
Reviewed by Laura Quick

Anders Runesson and Daniel M. Gurtner, eds., Matthew within Judaism: Israel and the Nations in the First Gospel
Reviewed by Max Botner

Eckhard Schnabel, Jesus in Jerusalem: The Last Days
Reviewed by James P. Sweeney

Brian J. Tabb, All Things New: Revelation as Canonical Capstone
Reviewed by Paul M. Hoskins

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