Nov 19, 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.

Claudia D. Bergmann and Benedikt Kranemann, eds., Ritual Dynamics in Jewish and Christian Contexts: Between Bible and Liturgy (Brill)
Jade Weimer

Jeremiah W. Cataldo, ed., Imagined Worlds and Constructed Differences in the Hebrew Bible (T&T Clark)
Shane M. Thompson

James A. Greenberg, A New Look at Atonement in Leviticus: The Meaning and Purpose of Kipper Revisited (Eisenbrauns)
S. Tamar Kamionkowski

Graham R. Hamborg, Hosea, Joel, and Amos (Cambridge University Press)
Tchavdar S. Hadjiev

Craig S. Keener, Christobiography: Memory, History, and the Reliability of the Gospels (Eerdmans)
Martin C. Albl

Alexander Kulik, Gabriele Boccaccini, Lorenzo DiTommaso, David Hamidovic, and Michael E. Stone, eds., A Guide to Early Jewish Texts and Traditions in Christian Transmission (Oxford University Press)
Daniele Minisini

Victor H. Matthews, Experiencing Scripture: The Five Senses in Biblical Interpretation (Fortress)
Oded Borowski

Benjamin L. Merkle, Exegetical Gems from Biblical Greek: A Refreshing Guide to Grammar and Interpretation (Baker Academic)
David L. Mathewson

Konstantin Nazarov, Focalization in the Old Testament Narratives with Specific Examples from the Book of Ruth (Langham Monographs)
Stephanie Day Powell

Caroline T. Schroeder, Children and Family in Late Antique Egyptian Monasticism (Cambridge University Press)
Christy Cobb

Douglas Stuart, Old Testament Exegesis: A Handbook for Students and Pastors (Westminster John Knox)
Jeffery M. Leonard

David Willigren, ed., God and Humans in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond: A Festschrift for Lennart Boström on His 67th Birthday (Sheffield Phoenix)
Ross D. Harmon

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