Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Bible and Critical Theory Latest

The following went out with the latest from the SBL Review of Biblical Literature but I thought it would make good sense to place the news in a different post here:

The following reviews have been published in Bible and Critical Theory.
To register for free access to BCT reviews, email Sarah Cannon ( and request to have an account set up to access all the reviews published in BCT.

The Bible and Critical Theory

Volume: 3, Number: 1. February 2007

EDITORIAL (free article)
Roland Boer

"Power, Eros, and Biblical Genres," by Christine Mitchell (free article)

"Liberation Story or Apocalypse? Reading Biblical Allusion and Bakhtin theory in Toni Morrison's 'Beloved,'" by Bula Maddison (free article)


Review of Jacques Berlinerblau, The Secular Bible
by Mark G. Brett

Review of Hugh Pyper, An Unsuitable Book
by George Aichele

Review of A. K. M. Adam, Faithful Interpretation
by Mark Sneed

Review of Pierre Grelot, The Language of Symbolism
by George Aichele

Review of Linda Day and Carolyn Pressler, eds., Engaging the Bible in a Gendered World
by Esther Fuchs

Review of Choi Hee An and Katheryn Pfisterer Darr, eds., Engaging the Bible
by Carolyn J. Sharp

Review of Sandra Polaski, A Feminist Introduction to Paul
by Gillian Townsley

Review of Mary Ann Beavis, Jesus and Utopia
by Darren Jorgensen

Review of G. Gerlardini, ed., Hebrews
by Christina Petterson

Review of Daniel Bodi, The Michal Affair
by Peter D Miscall

Review of David Penchansky, Twilight of the Gods
by Michael Carden

Review of Kim Paffenroth, Gospel of the Living Dead
by Richard Walsh

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