Aug 20, 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.

Bryan Blazosky, The Law’s Universal Condemning and Enslaving Power: Reading Paul, the Old Testament, and Second Temple Jewish Literature (Eisenbrauns)
William Horst

Robert L. Foster, The Theology of the Books of Haggai and Zechariah (Cambridge University Press)
Michael H. Floyd

Richard A. Horsley, The Pharisees and the Temple-State of Judea (Cascade)
Daniel R. Schwartz

Francis J. Moloney, The Apocalypse of John: A Commentary (Baker Academic)
Andrew R. Guffey

Elizabeth A. Myers, Intertextual Borrowing between 1 Peter and Hebrews: Probability of Literary Dependence and the Most Likely Direction of Borrowing (Pistos Ktistes)
Justin Langford

John Riches, The Bible: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford University Press)
Jocelyn McWhirter

Beth M. Stovell and David J. Fuller, The Book of the Twelve (Cascade)
Steven Tuell

Martin Wallraff, Die Kanontafeln des Euseb von Kaisareia: Untersuchung und kritische Edition (De Gruyter)
Matthew R. Crawford

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