RBL blog - 2015/6/1
The following new reviews have been added to the Review of Biblical Literature and listed on the RBL blog.
Studies in Classical Hebrew Moshe Bar-Asher; Aaron Koller, ed.
Reviewed by Jerome A. Lund
Reviewed by Robert L. Foster
Reviewed by Benjamin J. M. Johnson
Reviewed by B. J. Oropeza
The World of the New Testament: Cultural, Social, and Historical Contexts Joel B. Green, Lee Martin McDonald, eds.
Reviewed by Kathleen E. Mills
Christian Identity in the Gospel of Philip Minna Heimola
Reviewed by Tavis A. Bohlinger
Judean Antiquities 15: Translation and Commentary Jan Willem van Henten
Reviewed by Arie W. Zwiep
Early Christianity in the Lycus Valley Ulrich Huttner
Reviewed by John C. Poirier
Dangerous Sisters of the Hebrew Bible Amy Kalmanofsky
Reviewed by Glenn Pemberton
But These Are Written…: Essays on Johannine Literature in Honor of Professor Benny C. Aker Craig S. Keener, Jeremy S. Crenshaw, and Jordan Daniel May, eds.
Reviewed by Phillip J. Long
Die sumerische Königshymne Šulgi F Kai Lämmerhirt
Reviewed by Niek Veldhuis
Josef Lössl and John W. Watt, eds.
Reviewed by Siam Bhayro
Reviewed by Frank E. Dicken
Emanuel Pfoh and Keith W. Whitelam, eds. Reviewed by Pekka Pitkanen
How We Got the New Testament: Text, Transmission, Translation Stanley E. Porter
Reviewed by Pheme Perkins Reviewed by Sylvie Raquel
Material Culture Matters: Essays on the Archaeology of the Southern Levant in Honor of Seymour Gitin John R. Spencer, Robert A. Mullins, and Aaron J. Brody, eds.
Reviewed by Raz Kletter
Qumran Revisted: A Reassessment of the Archaeology of the Site and Its Texts David Stacey and Gregory Doudna
Reviewed by Ian Werrett Reviewed by James H. Charlesworth
Encountering Violence in the Bible Markus Zehnder and Hallvard Hagelia, eds.
Reviewed by Paul Middleton