The latest reviews in the Review of Biblical Literature include: Jewish Scriptures and Cognate Studies Jenny R. Labendz, Socratic Torah: Non-Jews in Rabbinic Intellectual Culture, reviewed by Joshua Schwartz Thomas L. Thompson, Biblical Narrative and Palestine’s History: Changing Perspectives 2, reviewed by Ralph K. Hawkins New Testament and Cognate Studies Bruce W. Longenecker, Hearing the Silence: Jesus on the […]
While this year’s SBL program is still in preparation, the contents of the IBR research group sessions are now available via the individual research group links on the call for papers page. Update: After copying this link yesterday, the call for papers page URL was apparently updated. Such is the Internet; the link above has now […]
On the web: The SBL website now has a page with links to a number of program unit and seminar papers (HT: Charles Jones). Ohio State University has a special online exhibition about the King James Version (HT: Bill Warren). Zotero has seen a significant and a couple more minor updates over the past few days. The […]
And you haven’t completed your optional profile information, you should. Apparently, doing so makes you eligible for a random monthly selection of two members to receive a year’s free membership dues.
Edited by Michael Holmes and produced in conjunction with Logos Bible Software, the SBL Greek New Testament is openly available for download in Logos, PDF, XML, OSIS, SWORD, CROSS, and Plain Text formats. HT to Mark Hoffman for noting this new edition’s open availability.