Jun 12, 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.

Angelika Berlejung, Divine Secrets and Human Imaginations: Studies on the History of Religion and Anthropology of the Ancient Near East and the Old Testament
Ronald Hendel

David A. deSilva, Discovering Revelation: Content, Interpretation, Reception
Heather Macumber

Rob A. Fringer, Paul’s Corporate Christophany: An Evaluation of Paul’s Christophanic References in Their Epistolary Contexts
Matthew T. Sharp

Lyn M. Kidson, Persuading Shipwrecked Men: The Rhetorical Strategies of 1 Timothy 1
Michael Scott Robertson

Peter H. W. Lau, Esther: A Pastoral and Contextual Commentary
Leo Kwan-Hung Li

Joseph L. Malone, The Morphophonological Development of the Classical Aramaic Verb
Steven E. Fassberg

Ann Cui’an Peng, The Translation of the Bible into Chinese: The Origin and Unique Authority of the Union Version
Sze-kar Wan

Susanne Scholz, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Approaches to the Hebrew Bible
Megan Fullerton Strollo

Joseph Sievers and Amy-Jill Levine, eds., The Pharisees
Jesper Svartvik

Lawrence E. Stager, Daniel M. Master, and Adam J. Aja, Ashkelon 7: The Iron Age I
Erin Hall

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