Sep 24, 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.

Tanja Dannenmann, Emotion, Narration und Ethik: Zur ethischen Relevanz antizipatorischer Emotionen in Parabeln des Matthäus-Evangeliums (Mohr Siebeck)
Nils Neumann

Eric Eve, Relating the Gospels: Memory, Imitation and the Farrer Hypothesis (T&T Clark)
Olegs Andrejevs

John Goldingay, Miracle in Isaiah: Divine Marvel and Prophetic World (Fortress)
John N. Oswalt

Justin L. Kelley, The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Text and Archaeology: A Survey and Analysis of Past Excavations and Recent Archaeological Research with a Collection of Principal Historical Sources (Archaeopress)
Joshua Schwartz

Hanneke van Loon, Metaphors in the Discussion on Suffering in Job 3–31: Visions of Hope and Consolation (Brill)
Edward L. Greenstein

Lee Martin McDonald, Before There Was a Bible: Authorities in Early Christianity (T&T Clark)
John-Christian Eurell

Elizabeth A. Myers, Probability of Intertextual Borrowing: A Methodology for Determining the Likelihood of Literary Dependence and the Direction of Borrowing between New Testament Books (Pistos Ktistes)
Jeffrey M. Tripp

William A. Tooman, with Marian Kelsey, (Re)reading Ruth (Cascade)
Jennifer L. Koosed

Chris L. de Wet, Maijastina Kahlos, and Ville Vuolanto, eds., Slavery in the Late Antique World, 150–700 CE (Cambridge University Press)
Jonathan J. Hatter

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