The latest reviews from the Review of Biblical Literature include:
Jewish Scriptures and Cognate Studies
- Douglas A. Knight, Law, Power, and Justice in Ancient Israel, reviewed by Markus Witte
- Gary D. Martin, Multiple Originals: New Approaches to Hebrew Bible Textual Criticism, reviewed by Johann Cook
- Robert D. Miller II, Oral Tradition in Ancient Israel, reviewed by Raymond F. Person Jr.
- Jonathan A. Moo, Creation, Nature and Hope in 4 Ezra, reviewed by Karina Martin Hogan
- Miles V. Van Pelt, English Grammar to Ace Biblical Hebrew, reviewed by Hubert Keener
New Testament and Cognate Studies
- Michael Bird and Michael Pahl, eds., The Sacred Text: Excavating the Texts, Exploring the Interpretations, and Engaging the Theologies of the Christian Scriptures, reviewed by Sean A. Adams
- Benjamin H. Dunning, Specters of Paul: Sexual Difference in Early Christian Thought, reviewed by Peter-Ben Smit
- Bas van Os, Psychological Analyses and the Historical Jesus: New Ways to Explore Christian Origins, reviewed by Wayne G. Rollins
- David Crystal, Begat: The King James Bible and the English Language, reviewed by Craig W. Tyson
- Philip A. Harland, ed., Travel and Religion in Antiquity, reviewed by Lee Jefferson
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