Volume 141:2 of the Journal of Biblical Literature is now out. Here is a list of the articles with links to abstracts.
Still Invisible after All These Years? Female God-Language in the Hebrew Bible: A Response to David J. A. Clines
Hanne Løland Levinson
Designing the Golden Calf: Pens and Presumption in the Production of a “Divine” Image
A Child Is Being Eaten: Maternal Cannibalism and the Hebrew Bible in the Company of Fairy Tales
Reconsidering the Composition of Ezra-Nehemiah in Light of 2 Maccabees 1:10–2:18
H. Clay Smith
Isaiah 55–66 and the Psalms: Shared Viewpoints, Literary Similarities, and Neighboring Authors
Daniel and the Diadochi
Edmon L. Gallagher
Text-Correcting Qere, Scribal Errors, and Textual Variants in Medieval Hebrew Bible Manuscripts
Unbelievable: An Interpretation of Acts 12 That Takes Rhoda’s Cassandra Curse Seriously
What Does It Mean to See Paul “within Judaism”?
The Craftsman: Paul’s Law of Christ and the Stoic Law of Nature
Annalisa Phillips Wilson