May 26, 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.

T. Desmond Alexander, From Paradise to the Promised Land: An Introduction to the Pentateuch (Baker Academic)
Michael S. Moore

Sophie Démare-Lafont and Daniel E. Fleming, eds., Judicial Decisions in the Ancient Near East (SBL Press)
Pamela Barmash

Marc Hirshman and David Satran, eds., Rabbinic Study Circles: Aspects of Jewish Learning in Its Late Antique Context (Mohr Siebeck)
Daniel Boyarin

Joseph Longarino, Pauline Theology and the Problem of Death (Mohr Siebeck)
Linda Joelsson

Sarah J. Melcher, Prophetic Disability: Divine Sovereignty and Human Bodies in the Hebrew Bible (Baylor University Press)
Kirsty L. Jones

Stuart S. Miller, Michael D. Swartz, Steven Fine, Naomi Grunhaus, and Alex P. Jassen, eds., From Scrolls to Traditions: A Festschrift Honoring Lawrence H. Schiffman (Brill)
Catherine Hezser

Christophe Nihan and Julia Rhyder, eds., Text and Ritual in the Pentateuch: A Systematic and Comparative Approach (Eisenbrauns)
Michael Hundley

Luise Schottroff, 1 Corinthians (Kohlhammer)
Susan E. Benton

Gregory E. Sterling, Shaping the Past to Define the Present: Luke-Acts and Apologetic Historiography (Eerdmans)
Daniel B. Glover

Stephen E. Young, Our Brother Beloved: Purpose and Community in Paul’s Letter to Philemon (Baylor University Press)
Abraham Smith

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