Wednesday, July 26, 2006

SBL Review of Biblical Literature latest

Here is the latest from the SBL Review of Biblical Literature under the NT and related heading. (This is a combination of the last two postings of reviews, so nice and long).

Bock, Darrell L., and Gregory J. Herrick, eds.
Jesus in Context: Background Readings for Gospel Study
Reviewed by Michael Schufer

Holladay, Carl R.
A Critical Introduction to the New Testament: Interpreting the Message and Meaning of Jesus Christ
Reviewed by Jan van der Watt

Keener, Craig S.
1-2 Corinthians
Reviewed by Friedrich Horn

Lawrence, Louise J.
Reading with Anthropology: Exhibiting Aspects of New Testament Religion
Reviewed by David Watson

Lund, Jerome Alan
The Old Syriac Gospel of the Distinct Evangelists: A Key-Word-in-Context Concordance
Reviewed by Ignacio Carbajosa

Luz, Ulrich
Matthew 21-28
Reviewed by Edgar Krentz

Meeks, Wayne A.
Christ Is the Question
Reviewed by James D. G. Dunn

Olbricht, Thomas H., and Anders Eriksson, eds.
Rhetoric, Ethic, and Moral Persuasion in Biblical Discourse
Reviewed by Walter Vogels

Scaer, Peter J.
The Lukan Passion and the Praiseworthy Death
Reviewed by Robert Brawley

Weder, Hans
Tempo presente e signoria di Dio: La concezione del tempo in Gesù e nel cristianesimo delle origini
Reviewed by Johanna Brankaer

Harbin, Michael A.
The Promise and the Blessing: A Historical Survey of the Old and New Testaments
Reviewed by Clare Rothschild

Timpanaro, Sebastiano
The Genesis of Lachman's Method
Reviewed by Joseph Verheyden

François Bovon
Studies in Early Christianity
Reviewed by Joseph Verheyden

Douglas S. McComiskey
Lukan Theology in the Light of the Gospel's Literary Structure
Reviewed by Gert J. Steyn

Jack Pastor and Menachem Mor, eds.
The Beginnings of Christianity: A Collection of Articles
Reviewed by Ithamar Gruenwald

Robin Griffith-Jones
The Gospel according to Paul: The Creative Genius Who Brought Jesus to the World
Reviewed J. Brian Tucker

Richard Viladesau
The Beauty of the Cross: The Passion of Christ in Theology and the Arts--From the Catacombs to the Eve of the Renaissance
Reviewed by Hennie Stander

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