Dec 17, 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.

Theodore A. Bergren, 1 Clement: A Reader’s Edition (Catholic University of America Press)
Paul A. Hartog

Adele Berlin, Psalms 120-150 (Jewish Publication Society)
W. Dennis Tucker Jr.

Martha Campos, Explanations for Exile in Amos (Sheffield Phoenix)
Barry Alan Jones

Paul Elbert, The Lukan Gift of the Holy Spirit: Understanding Luke’s Expectations for Theophilus (The Foundation for Pentecostal Scholarship)
Peter Reynolds

Jill Hicks-Keeton and Cavan Concannon, Does Scripture Speak for Itself? The Museum of the Bible and the Politics of Interpretation (Cambridge University Press)
Aaron Koller

John W. Hilber, Ezekiel: A Focused Commentary for Preaching and Teaching (Cascade)
Stephen L. Cook

Kivatsi Jonathan Kavusa, Water and Water-Related Phenomena in the Old Testament Wisdom Literature: An Eco-Theological Exploration (T&T Clark)
Hilary Marlow

Kenneth P. Minkema, Adriaan C. Neele, and Allen M. Stanton, eds., Sermons by Jonathan Edwards on the Epistle to the Galatians (Wipf & Stock)
Glenn R. Kreider

Kenneth N. Ngwa, Let My People Live: An African Reading of Exodus (Westminster John Knox)
Stephen Breck Reid

Susan Niditch, Jonah: A Commentary (Fortress)
L. Juliana Claassens

Brent A. Strawn; Collin Cornell and M. Justin Walker, eds., The Incomparable God: Readings in Biblical Theology (Eerdmans)
Georg Fischer SJ

Aren M. Wilson-Wright, Jeremiah’s Egypt: Prophetic Reflections on the Saite Period (SBL Press)
Gad Barnea

Siu Fung Wu, ed., Suffering in Paul: Perspectives and Implications (Pickwick)
Yi-Sang Patrick Chan

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