Mar 20, 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.

David Alan Black and Benjamin L. Merkle, eds., Linguistics and New Testament Greek: Key Issues in the Current Debate
David H. Warren

Rachel L. Coleman, The Lukan Lens on Wealth and Possessions: A Perspective Shaped by the Themes of Reversal and Right Response
Kenneth D. Litwak

Bart D. Ehrman, Craig A. Evans, and Robert B. Stewart, Can We Trust the Bible on the Historical Jesus?
Tobias Ålöw

Noel Forlini Burt, Encounters in the Dark: Identity Formation in the Jacob Story
Joanna Kline

John Goldingay, Genesis
Adam L. Bean

Jonathan Homrighausen, Illuminating Justice: The Ethical Imagination of the Saint John’s Bible
Paul Korchin

Milena Kirova, Performing Masculinity in the Hebrew Bible
Stephen M. Wilson

Joseph A. Marchal, ed., After the Corinthian Women Prophets: Reimagining Rhetoric and Power
Greg Carey

Neil Martin, Regression in Galatians: Paul and the Gentile Response to Jewish Law
Tyler A. Stewart

Julia Rhyder, Centralizing the Cult: The Holiness Legislation in Leviticus 17–26
Stephen A. Long

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