Oct 9, 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.

Zhodi Angami, Tribals, Empire and God: A Tribal Reading of the Birth of Jesus in Matthew’s Gospel
Reviewed by Derek S. Dodson

Leonard Greenspoon, Jewish Bible Translations: Personalities, Passions, Politics, Progress
Reviewed by Marvin A. Sweeney

Eva Günther, Wisdom as a Model for Jesus’ Ministry: A Study on the “Lament over Jerusalem” in Matt 23:37–39 Par. Luke 13:34–35
Reviewed by Kai Akagi

Innocent Himbaza, ed., The Text of Leviticus: Proceedings of the Third International Colloquium of the Dominique Barthélemy Institute, Held in Fribourg (October 2015)
Reviewed by Theo A. W. van der Louw

Magnar Kartveit and Gary N. Knoppers, eds., The Bible, Qumran, and the Samaritans
Reviewed by Christian Stadel

Jon C. Laansma and Randall X. Gauthier, The Handy Guide to Difficult and Irregular Greek Verbs: Aids for Readers of the Greek New Testament
Reviewed by Sung Cho

Sarianna Metso,The Community Rule: A Critical Edition with Translation
Reviewed by Rob Kugler

Barbara A. Richter, The Theology of Hathor of Dendera: Aural and Visual Scribal Techniques in the Per-Wer Sanctuary
Reviewed by J. G. Manning

Daniel S. Robinson, Fate, Freedom, and Happiness: Clement and Alexander on the Dignity of Human Responsibility
Reviewed by Frédérique Dantonel

Buyoung Son, The Subversive Chronicler: Narrative Film Theory and Canon Criticism Refocus His Intention
Reviewed by D. Allen Hutchison

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