Feb 27, 2022

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.

Luca Arcari, ed., Beyond Conflicts: Cultural and Religious Cohabitations in Alexandria and Egypt between the 1st and 6th Century CE
Melody Everest

George Branch-Trevathan, The Sermon on the Mount and Spiritual Exercises: The Making of the Matthean Self
Jin Ki Hwang

Jaime Clark-Soles, Women in the Bible
Amy-Jill Levine

Markham J. Geller and Strahil V. Panayotov, Mesopotamian Eye Disease Texts: The Nineveh Treatise
Laura M. Zucconi

John Goldingay, Hosea–Micah
Heath D. Dewrell

David Lyle Jeffrey, Scripture and the English Poetic Imagination
Anthony Swindell

Justin Leidwanger, Roman Seas: A Maritime Archaeology of Eastern Mediterranean Economies
David Schreiner

Kara J. Lyons-Pardue, Gospel Women and the Long Ending of Mark
Elizabeth E. Shively

Karl-Heinrich Ostmeyer, Jüdische Gebete aus der Umwelt des Neuen Testaments: Ein Studienbuch
Simon Bellmann

Chun Jung, Il paradosso messianico secondo Marco: Rilevanza di Mc 8,31–9,29 per la caratterizzazione della figura di Gesù e dei discepoli
Lorenzo Scornaienchi

Ralph J. Korner, Reading Revelation after Supersessionism: An Apocalyptic Journey of Socially Identifying John’s Multi-ethnic Ekklēsiai with the Ekklēsia of Israel
Craig R. Koester

Helen Paynter and Michael Spalione, eds., The Bible on Violence: A Thick Description
Markus Zehnder

Nathanael R. Polinski, O.S.B., That the Scriptures Might Be Fulfilled through Perfect Worship: An Investigation of John 19:36–37
Chris Blumhofer

Dalit Regev, Painting the Mediterranean Phoenician: On Canaanite-Phoenician Trade-Nets
Aaron Greener

Thomas Renz, The Books of Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah
Klaas Spronk

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