Jul 31, 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.

Author Response
Michael S. Moore responds to a review of his WealthWarn: A Study of Socioeconomic Conflict in Hebrew Prophecy

Richard Bauckham, Who Is God? Key Moments of Biblical Revelation
Reviewed by J. Michael Thigpen

Eva Elm and Nicole Hartmann, eds., Demons in Late Antiquity: Their Perception and Transformation in Different Literary Genres
Reviewed by Brandon R. Grafius

Stefan Fischer and Gavin Fernandes, eds., The Song of Songs Afresh: Perspectives on a Biblical Love Poem
Reviewed by Laura S. Lieber

Bonifatia Gesche, Christian Lustig, and Gabriel Rabo, eds., Theology and Anthropology in the Book of Sirach
Reviewed by Jeremy Corley

Justin King, Speech-in-Character, Diatribe, and Romans 3:1–9: Who’s Speaking When and Why It Matters
Reviewed by Max J. Lee

Andreas J. Köstenberger, Handbook on Hebrews through Revelation
Reviewed by Timothy B. Cargal

Joachim J. Krause, Die Bedingungen des Bundes: Studien zur konditionalen Struktur alttestamentlicher Bundeskonzeptionen
Reviewed by William S. Morrow

Manolis Papoutsakis, Vicarious Kingship: A Theme in Syriac Political Theology in Late Antiquity
Reviewed by Jacob A. Lollar

Dana Robinson, Food, Virtue, and the Shaping of Early Christianity
Reviewed by Meredith J. C. Warren

Johann Tischler, Hethitische Texte in Transkription KUB 49
Reviewed by Livio Warbinek

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