Monday, June 21, 2004

Review of Biblical Literature latest

I sometimes wonder if it is worth my while posting these here since I'm sure most of my readers will receive the email alerts, but it may be that it provides a prompt to click through to a review of interest, so here they are anyway, and reformatted a little from the email message SBL send out. These are those listed under the New Testament heading:

Braxton, Brad R.
No Longer Slaves: Galatians and the African American Experience
Reviewed by Thomas B. Slater

Cignelli, L. and R. Pierri
Sintassi di greco biblico (LXX e NT): Quaderno 1.A: Le Concordanze
Reviewed by Dirk Jongkind

Dawes, Gregory W.
The Historical Jesus Question: The Challenge of History to Religious Authority
Reviewed by Susan Lochrie Graham

Geyer, Douglas W.
Fear, Anomaly, and Uncertainty in the Gospel of Mark
Reviewed by Daniel C. Claire

Griffith, Terry
Keep Yourselves from Idols: A New Look at 1 John
Reviewed by Jan G. Van Der Watt

Horsley, Richard A. and Neil Asher Silberman
The Message and the Kingdom: How Jesus and Paul Ignited a Revolution and Transformed the Ancient World
Reviewed by Tobias Nicklas

Olbricht, Thomas H. and Jerry L. Sumney, eds.
Paul and Pathos
Reviewed by Ronald F. Hock

Park, Eung Chun
Either Jew or Gentile: Paul's Unfolding Theology of Inclusivity
Reviewed by James Miller

Via, Dan O.
What Is New Testament Theology?
Reviewed by Jan G. Van Der Watt

Wright, N. T.
The Resurrection of the Son of God
Reviewed by Michael R. Licona

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