Dec 23, 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.

František Ábel, ed., Israel and the Nations: Paul’s Gospel in the Context of Jewish Expectation (Lexington/Fortress Academic)
Ryan D. Collman

Athalya Brenner-Idan and Gale A. Yee, eds., Samuel, Kings, Chronicles, Ezra-Nehemiah: Volume 2 (T&T Clark)
Lester L. Grabbe

James H. Charlesworth and Jolyon G. R. Pruszinski, eds., Cyprus within the Biblical World: Are Borders Barriers? (T&T Clark)
Tom Davis

Thomas Fulton, The Book of Books: Biblical Interpretation, Literary Culture, and the Political Imagination from Erasmus to Milton (University of Pennsylvania Press)
Anthony Swindell

Dominick S. Hernández, Engaging the Old Testament: How to Read Biblical Narrative, Poetry, and Prophecy Well (Baker Academic)
Amy Erickson

David Konstan, The Origin of Sin: Greece and Rome, Early Judaism and Christianity (Bloomsbury Academic)
Jeffrey Siker

Trevor Laurence, Cursing with God: The Imprecatory Psalms and the Ethics of Christian Prayer (Baylor University Press)
Megan D. Alsene-Parker

Esau McCaulley, Sharing in the Son’s Inheritance: Davidic Messianism and Paul’s Worldwide Interpretation of the Abrahamic Land Promise in Galatians (Bloomsbury)
J. Andrew Doole

Brian Peterson, Genesis: A Pentecostal Commentary (Brill)
Laurence A. Turner

Johannes Unsok Ro and Diana Edelman, eds., Collective Memory and Collective Identity: Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomistic History in Their Context (De Gruyter)
Drew S. Holland

Shively T. J. Smith, Interpreting 2 Peter through African American Women’s Moral Writings (SBL Press)
Pheme Perkins

Christopher B. Zeichmann, Queer Readings of the Centurion at Capernaum: Their History and Politics (SBL Press)
Rebecca Runesson

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