Nov 26, 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.

Austin Busch, Risen Indeed? Resurrection and Doubt in the Gospel of Mark (SBL Press)
Robert S. Snow

C. Jay Crisostomo, Translation as Scholarship: Language, Writing, and Bilingual Education in Ancient Babylonia (De Gruyter)
John Hobbins

Susanna Elm and Christopher M. Blunda, eds., The Late (Wild) Augustine (Brill Schöningh)
Michael Glowasky

Marla J. Feldman, Biblical Women Speak: Hearing Their Voices through New and Ancient Midrash (Jewish Publication Society)
Wil Gafney

Janling Fu, Cynthia Shafer-Elliot, and Carol Meyers, eds., T&T Clark Handbook of Food in the Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel (T&T Clark)
Anne Katrine de Hemmer Gudme

Martin Gröger, Wellhausens Wegbereiter: Studien zur alttestamentlichen Hermeneutik im 19. Jahrhundert (Mohr Siebeck)
Michael C. Legaspi

John S. Kloppenborg, Greco-Roman Associations; Texts, Translations, and Commentary, Volume 3: Ptolemaic and Early Roman Egypt (De Gruyter)
Jason A. Whitlark

Nathan Lovell, The Book of Kings and Exilic Identity: 1 and 2 Kings as a Work of Political Historiography (T&T Clark)
Yigal Levin

Brett E. Maiden, Cognitive Science and Ancient Israelite Religion: New Perspectives on Texts, Artifacts, and Culture (Cambridge University Press)
Michael B. Hundley

Travis W. Proctor,
Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture (Oxford University Press)
Nienke Vos

T. C. Schmidt, The Book of Revelation and Its Eastern Commentators: Making the New Testament in the Early Christian World (Cambridge University Press)
Ian Boxall

Heath A. Thomas and Brittany N. Melton, eds., Reading Lamentations Intertextually (T&T Clark)
Kristin J. Wendland

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