Feb 5, 2024

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.

Kathy Ehrensperger, Searching Paul: Conversations with the Jewish Apostle to the Nations; Collected Essays (Mohr Siebeck)
Mark D. Nanos

Hans Förster, Kerstin Sänger-Böhm, and Matthias H. O. Schulz, eds., Kritische Edition der sahidischen Version des Johannesevangeliums: Text und Dokumentation (De Gruyter)
David Kneip

Frederick E. Greenspahn, Judaism and Its Bible: A People and Their Book (Jewish Publication Society)
Zev I. Farber

Ruth Christa Mathieson, Matthew’s Parable of the Royal Wedding Feast: A Sociorhetorical Interpretation (SBL Press)
Jonathan W. Lo

Mogens Müller and Heike Omerzu, eds., Gospel Interpretation and the Q-Hypothesis (T&T Clark)
David Landry

Matthew Pawlak, Sarcasm in Paul’s Letters (Cambridge University Press)
Matthew Thiessen

Jonathan Rivett Robinson, Markan Typology: Miracle, Scripture and Christology in Mark 4:35–6:45 (T&T Clark)
Myrick Shinall

Stephen J. Smith, The Conflict between Faith and Experience, and the Shape of Psalms 73–83 (T&T Clark)
Jeffery M. Leonard

Michael R. Stead, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi—An Introduction and Study Guide: Return and Restoration (T&T Clark)
Laura Carlson Hasler

Mark Wreford, Religious Experience and the Creation of Scripture: Examining Inspiration in Luke-Acts and Galatians (T&T Clark)
Margaret Froelich

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