Sep 17, 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.

Klaus-Peter Adam, Hate and Enmity in Biblical Law (T&T Clark)
Yael Landman

Amanda Brobst-Renaud, Lukan Parables of Reckless Liberality (Sheffield Phoenix)
Mona Tokarek LaFosse

Gilad Elbom, Textual Rivalries: Jesus, Midrash, and Kabbalah (Fortress)
Daniel Maoz

John H. Hayes and Carl R. Holladay, Biblical Exegesis: A Beginner’s Handbook (Westminster John Knox)
Kyle R. Greenwood

Christopher R. J. Holmes, Hearing and Doing: The Speeches in Acts and the Essence of Christianity (Baylor University Press)
John-Christian Eurell

Jeffrey S. Lamp, Hebrews: An Earth Bible Commentary; A City That Cannot Be Shaken (T&T Clark)
Judson D. Greene

Wei Hsien Wan, The Contest for Time and Space in the Roman Imperial Cults and 1 Peter: Reconfiguring the Universe (T&T Clark)
Kelly D. Liebengood

Christian A. Wilder, Appropriating Ancient Authorities: Toward Understanding How Second Temple Authors Established Authority in Apocalyptic Literature (GlossaHouse)
Dereck Daschke

Oda Wischmeyer, Love as Agape: The Early Christian Concept and Modern Discourse (Mohr Siebeck, Baylor University Press)
Cory M. Marsh

Heiko Wojtkowiak, Tradition und Redaktion im Matthäusevangelium: Formale und inhaltliche Charakteristika matthäischer Redaktionspraxis (De Gruyter)
Olegs Andrejevs

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