Nov 5, 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.

Janice Capel Anderson, Colossians: An Introduction and Study Guide (T&T Clark)
Holly Beers

Cilliers Breytenbach and Christoph Markschies, eds., Adolf Deissmann: Ein (zu Unrecht) fast vergessener Theologe und Philologe (Brill)
Albert L. A. Hogeterp

R. Alan Culpepper, Matthew: A Commentary (Westminster John Knox)
Bruce Chilton

Idan Dershowitz, The Valediction of Moses: A Proto-Biblical Book (Mohr Siebeck)
Nathaniel E. Greene

Santiago Guijarro, The Gospel of Mark in Context: A Social-Scientific Reading of the First Gospel (Cascade)
Ernest van Eck

J. M. F. Heath, Clement of Alexandria and the Shaping of Christian Literary Practice: Miscellany and the Transformation of Greco-Roman Writing (Cambridge University Press)
Thomas J. Kraus

Susan E. Hylen, Finding Phoebe: What New Testament Women Were Really Like (Eerdmans)
Benjamin H. Dunning

Jill Middlemas, Lamentations: An Introduction and Study Guide (T&T Clark)
Nancy C. Lee

Sara J. Milstein, Making a Case: The Practical Roots of Biblical Law (Oxford University Press)
Zev Farber

Lisa K. Sabbahy, Kingship, Power, and Legitimacy in Ancient Egypt: From the Old Kingdom to the Middle Kingdom (Cambridge University Press)
Robyn Gillam

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