Sep 5, 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.

Garrick V. Allen, Manuscripts of the Book of Revelation: New Philology, Paratexts, Reception
Reviewed by Alexander E. Stewart

Dominique Angers, L' « Aujourd'hui » en Luc-Actes, chez Paul et en Hébreux: Itinéraires et associations d'un motif Deutéronomique
Reviewed by Laurent Pinchard

David R. Bauer, The Gospel of the Son of God: An Introduction to Matthew
Reviewed by Charles L. Quarles

Kevin Burrell, Cushites in the Hebrew Bible: Negotiating Ethnic Identity in the Past and Present
Reviewed by Joel B. Kemp

Vasile Condrea, Syntactic Studies in Targum Aramaic: A Text-Linguistic Reading of 1 Samuel
Reviewed by Andrew Daniel

David deSilva, The Letter to the Galatians
Reviewed by Frank W. Hughes

Arthur Jan Keefer, Proverbs 1–9 as an Introduction to the Book of Proverbs
Reviewed by Alice Ogden Bellis

Edmondo F. Lupieri, ed., Mary Magdalene from the New Testament to the New Age and Beyond
Reviewed by Siobhán Jolley

Kenneth Seeskin, Thinking about the Prophets: A Philosopher Reads the Bible
Reviewed by Nathan Mastnjak

Andrew Kimseng Tan, The Rhetoric of Abraham’s Faith in Romans 4
Reviewed by Timothy J. Christian

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