Sep 30, 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.

Francesco Celia, Preaching the Gospel to the Hellenes: The Life and Works of Gregory the Wonderworker (Peeters)
Bradley K. Storin

John Day, From Creation to Abraham: Further Studies in Genesis 1–11 (T&T Clark)
Robert Gnuse

Gordon D. Fee; Eldon J. Epp, ed., Bodmer Papyri, Scribal Culture, and Textual Transmission: Collected Works on New Testament Textual Criticism (Brill)
Chris S. Stevens

Michael J. Gorman, Romans: A Theological and Pastoral Commentary (Eerdmans)
Mark Reasoner

Philippe Guillaume, The Economy of Deuteronomy’s Core (Equinox)
Bill T. Arnold

Wendy Elgersma Helleman and Musa A. B. Gaiya, Early Christianity: A Textbook for African Students (Langham Global Library)
J. Ayodeji Adewuya

James T. Hughes, Ecclesial Solidarity in the Pauline Corpus: Relationships Between Churches in Paul’s Letters (Pickwick)
Jin Ki Hwang

Taimaya Ragui, Confessing Community: An Entryway to Theological Interpretation in North East India (Fortress)
Philip P. Sam

Gail P. Streete, Violated and Transcended Bodies: Gender, Martyrdom, and Asceticism in Early Christianity (Cambridge University Press)
Anders Klostergaard Petersen

Richard A. Wright, A Reader in Biblical Greek (Eerdmans)
Amy Whisenand Krall

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