May 29, 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.

Walter E. Aufrecht, A Corpus of Ammonite Inscriptions
Dennis Pardee

Mary L. Conway, Judging the Judges: A Narrative Appraisal Analysis
David G. Firth

Collin Cornell, ed., Divine Doppelgängers: YHWH’s Ancient Look-Alikes
Michael Coogan

Samuel Gibson, The Apostolos: The Acts and Epistles in Byzantine Liturgical Manuscripts
Denis L. Salgado

Nijay K. Gupta, Paul and the Language of Faith
Gregory E. Lamb

J. Cale Johnson, ed., Patients and Performative Identities: At the Intersection of the Mesopotamian Technical Disciplines and Their Clients
M. J. Geller

Francisco Lozada Jr. and Fernando F. Segovia, eds., Latino/a Theology and the Bible: Ethnic-Racial Reflections on Interpretation
Angela N. Parker

Isaac W. Oliver, Luke’s Jewish Eschatology: The National Restoration of Israel in Luke-Acts
Ron Clark

Angela N. Parker, If God Still Breathes, Why Can’t I? Black Lives Matter and Biblical Authority
Abraham Smith

Aaron Schart, Maleachi
S. D. (Fanie) Snyman

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