New Biblical Studies Book Reviews

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The Review of Biblical Literature Blog has a long list of book reviews available on interesting-sounding books in biblical studies.  Here are a few of the most recent:


2009.04.41. Voris, Preaching Parables

Steven J. Voris, Preaching Parables: A Metaphorical Interfaith Approach
Reviewed by Ernest van Eck

2009.04.40. Thomas, Revelation 19 in Historical and Mythological Context

David Andrew Thomas, Revelation 19 in Historical and Mythological Context
Reviewed by David L. Barr

2009.04.39. Sugimoto, Female Figurines with a Disk

David T. Sugimoto, Female Figurines with a Disk from the Southern Levant and the Formation of Monotheism
Reviewed by Aren Maeir

2009.04.38. Spencer, … Lukan Galilean Ministry Speeches

Patrick E. Spencer, Rhetorical Texture and Narrative Trajectories of the Lukan Galilean Ministry Speeches: Hermeneutical Appropriation by Authorial Readers of Luke-Acts
Reviewed by Stephan Witetschek

2009.04.37. Sallaberger, Das Gilgamesch-Epos

Walther Sallaberger, Das Gilgamesch-Epos: Mythos, Werk und Tradition
Reviewed by Gerhard Karner

2009.04.36. Radner, Leviticus

Ephraim Radner, Leviticus
Reviewed by Leigh Trevaskis

2009.04.35. Perkins, Roman Imperial Identities in the Early Christian Era

Judith Perkins, Roman Imperial Identities in the Early Christian Era
Reviewed by Ilaria Ramelli

2009.04.34. Parsons, Body and Character in Luke and Acts

Mikeal C. Parsons, Body and Character in Luke and Acts: The Subversion of Physiognomy in Early Christianity
Reviewed by Glenn E. Snyder

2009.04.33. Neusner and Avery-Peck, Encyclopedia of Religious and Philosophical Writings

Jacob Neusner and Alan J. Avery-Peck, eds., Encyclopedia of Religious and Philosophical Writings in Late Antiquity: Pagan, Judaic, Christian
Reviewed by Mark D. Nanos

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