Aug 22, 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. 

Patricia D. Ahearne-Kroll, Aseneth of Egypt: The Composition of a Jewish Narrative
Reviewed by Tyler Smith

Dongbin Choi, The Use and Function of Scripture in 1 Maccabees
Reviewed by Peter Altmann

Francesco Cocco, Women in the Wilderness: The “Female Legislation” of the Book of Numbers (Num 5,11–31; 27,1–11; 30,2–17)
Reviewed by Deborah Rooke

Benjamin H. Dunning, ed., The Oxford Handbook of New Testament, Gender, and Sexuality
Reviewed by Amy Peeler

J. Cheryl Exum, Samson and Delilah: Selected Essays
Reviewed by Gregory Mobley

Jennifer Eyl, Signs, Wonders, and Gifts: Divination in the Letters of Paul
Reviewed by Matthew V. Novenson

Rhiannon Graybill and Peter J. Sabo, eds., “Who Knows What We’d Make of It, If We Ever Got Our Hands on It?”: The Bible and Margaret Atwood
Reviewed by Anthony Swindell

Richard B. Hays, Reading with the Grain of Scripture
Reviewed by James W. Thompson

Nahorai Kotkin, Hebrew Root Dictionary
Reviewed by Samuel Arnet

Eric Lawee, Rashi’s Commentary on the Torah: Canonization and Resistance in the Reception of a Jewish Classic
Reviewed by Aaron Koller

Cécile Michel, Women of Assur and Kanesh: Texts from the Archives of Assyrian Merchants
Reviewed by Greta Van Buylaere

Jeanette Hagen Pifer, Faith as Participation: An Exegetical Study of Some Key Pauline Texts
Reviewed by S. D. Giere

Geoffrey S. Smith, Valentinian Christianity: Texts and Translations
Reviewed by Antti Marjanen

Ian J. Vaillancourt, The Multifaceted Saviour of Psalms 110 and 118: A Canonical Exegesis
Reviewed by Jordan M. Scheetz

Michael R. Whitenton, Hearing Kyriotic Sonship: A Cognitive and Rhetorical Approach to the Characterization of Mark’s Jesus
Reviewed by Abson Joseph

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