Aug 28, 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.

Niv Allon, Writing, Violence, and the Military: Images of Literacy in Eighteenth Dynasty Egypt (1550–1295 BCE)
Reviewed by Rune Olsen

Craig G. Bartholomew, The God Who Acts in History: The Significance of Sinai
Reviewed by Andrew Abernethy

Daniel I. Block, David C. Deuel, C. John Collins, and Paul J. N. Lawrence, eds., Write That They May Read: Studies in Literacy and Textualization in the Ancient Near East and in the Hebrew Scriptures; Essays in Honour of Professor Alan R. Millard
Reviewed by Kurtis Peters

Paul M. Blowers, Visions and Faces of the Tragic: The Mimesis of Tragedy and the Folly of Salvation in Early Christian Literature
Reviewed by Courtney J. P. Friesen

Sebastian P. Brock, Singer of the Word of God: Ephrem the Syrian and His Significance in Late Antiquity
Reviewed by Lucas Van Rompay

Steven Fine, ed., Jewish Religious Architecture: From Biblical Israel to Modern Judaism
Reviewed by Shalom Sabar

Roy A. Harrisville III, The Faith of St. Paul: Transformative Gift of Divine Power
Reviewed by Nélida Naveros Córdova, CDP

Nyasha Junior, Reimagining Hagar: Blackness and Bible
Reviewed by Jennifer M. Matheny

ChoongJae Lee, Metánoia (Repentance): A Major Theme of the Gospel of Matthew
Reviewed by Robert H. Gundry

Mar Pérez i Díaz, Mark, a Pauline Theologian: A Re-reading of the Traditions of Jesus in the Light of Paul’s Theology
Reviewed by Michael F. Bird

Shai Secunda, The Talmud’s Red Fence: Menstrual Impurity and Difference in Babylonian Judaism and Its Sasanian Context
Reviewed by Marjorie Lehman

Joshua Joel Spoelstra, Life Preservation in Genesis and Exodus: An Exegetical Study of the Tebâ of Noah and Moses
Reviewed by David M. Carr

Michael J. Thate, The Godman and the Sea: The Empty Tomb, the Trauma of the Jews, and the Gospel of Mark
Reviewed by Albert L. A. Hogeterp

Howard Thurman; David B. Gowler and Kipton E. Jensen, eds., Sermons on the Parables
Reviewed by S. D. Giere

Markus Tiwald, ed., The Q Hypothesis Unveiled: Theological, Sociological, and Hermeneutical Issues behind the Sayings Source
Reviewed by John S. Kloppenborg

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