Mar 7, 2023

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.

Michaela Bauks and Saul M. Olyan, eds., Pain in Biblical Texts and Other Materials of the Ancient Mediterranean (Mohr Siebeck)
Laura M. Zucconi

William Lane Craig, In Quest of the Historical Adam (Eerdmans)
Dexter Callender

Edward Feld, The Book of Revolutions: The Battles of Priests, Prophets, and Kings That Birthed the Torah (Jewish Publication Society)
Lester L. Grabbe

Tobias Nicklas, Janet E. Spittler, and Jan N. Bremmer, eds., The Apostles Peter, Paul, John, Thomas and Philip with Their Companions in Late Antiquity (Peeters)
Jeremy Wade Barrier

Jason M. Silverman, Persian Royal-Judaean Elite Engagements in the Early Teispid and Achaemenid Empire: The King’s Acolytes (T&T Clark)
Kenneth Ristau

Jan R. Stenger, Johannes Chrysostomos und die Christianisierung der Polis: “Damit die Städte Städte werden” (Mohr Siebeck)
Chris L. de Wet

Joseph Verheyden and Tobias Nicklas, eds., Early Christian Commentators of the New Testament: Essays on Their Aims, Methods and Strategies (Peeters)
Gerald Bray

Karolien Vermeulen and Elizabeth R. Hayes, How We Read the Bible: A Guide to Scripture’s Style and Meaning (Eerdmans)
Anna E. Marsh

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