Apr 23, 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.

Ianire Angulo Ordorika, “¿No habéis leído esta Escritura?” (Mc 12,10): El trasfondo veterotestamentario como clave hermenéutica de Mc 12, 1–12 (Gregorian & Biblical Press)
Sergio Zapata Grajales

Scott S. Elliott, The Rustle of Paul: Autobiographical Narratives in Romans, Corinthians, and Philippians (T&T Clark)
William Horst

Daniel Gustafsson, Aspects of Coherency in Luke’s Composite Christology (Mohr Siebeck)
Channing L. Crisler

M. David Litwa, Found Christianities: Remaking the World of the Second Century CE (T&T Clark)
Nicola E. Hayward

Johannes Unsok Ro and Benjamin D. Giffone, eds., Inscribe It in a Book: Scribal Practice, Cultural Memory, and the Making of the Hebrew Scriptures (Mohr Siebeck)
William M. Schniedewind

Todd A. Scacewater, The Divine Builder in Psalm 68: Jewish and Pauline Tradition (T&T Clark)
Creighton Marlowe

Daniel Schowalter, Sabine Ladstätter, Steven Friesen, and Christine Thomas, eds., Religion in Ephesos Reconsidered: Archaeology of Spaces, Structures, and Objects (Brill)
Rosemary Canavan

R. S. Sugirtharajah, The Brahmin and His Bible: Rammohun Roy’s Precepts of Jesus 200 Years On (T&T Clark)
C. I. David Joy

Nathanael Vette, Writing With Scripture: Scripturalized Narrative in the Gospel of Mark (T&T Clark)
Thomas R. Hatina

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