Mar 25, 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.

Sonja Ammann, Katharina Pyschny, and Julia Rhyder, eds., Authorship and the Hebrew Bible (Mohr Siebeck)
Tchavdar S. Hadjiev

Victoria S. Balabanski, Colossians: An Earth Bible Commentary, An Eco-Stoic Reading (T&T Clark)
David J. Neville

Jonathan Bernier, Rethinking the Dates of the New Testament: The Evidence for Early Composition (Baker Academic)
Bill Warren

Ken S. Brown, Alison L. Joseph, and Brennan Breed, eds., Reading Other Peoples’ Texts: Social Identity and the Reception of Authoritative Traditions (T&T Clark)
Paul Middleton

Benjamin M. J. De Vos and Danny Praet, eds., In Search of Truth in the Pseudo-Clementine Homilies: New Approaches to a Philosophical and Rhetorical Novel of Late Antiquity (Mohr Siebeck)
Joshua T. King

Zanne Domoney-Lyttle and Sarah Nicholson, eds., Women and Gender in the Bible: Texts, Intersections, Intertexts (Sheffield Phoenix)
Michelle Eastwood

David G. Horrell, The Making of Christian Morality: Reading Paul in Ancient and Modern Contexts (Eerdmans)
Davina C. Lopez

Bernd Janowski, Biblischer Schöpfungsglaube: Religionsgeschichte – Theologie – Ethik (Mohr Siebeck)
Michael S. Moore

F. Manjewa M’bwangi, The Lord’s Prayer in Matthew 6:9–13: A Socio–rhetorical Analysis of Identity Politics of the Matthean Community (Pickwick)
D. Stephen Black

R. W. L. Moberly, The Bible in a Disenchanted Age: The Enduring Possibility of Christian Faith (Baker Academic)
Scott Bayer

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