Resenhas na RBL – 13.06.2007

As seguintes resenhas foram recentemente publicadas pela Review of Biblical Literature:

Robert Chisholm
A Workbook for Intermediate Hebrew: Grammar, Exegesis, and Commentary on Jonah and Ruth
Reviewed by Stefan Fischer

Katharine Dell
The Book of Proverbs in Social and Theological Context
Reviewed by Magne Sæbø

Donald Jackson
The Saint John’s Bible: Prophets
Reviewed by George C. Heider

Robert Jewett
Romans: A Commentary
Reviewed by James D. G. Dunn
Reviewed by Friedrich W. Horn

Mark Roncace
Jeremiah, Zedekiah, and the Fall of Jerusalem
Reviewed by Bob Becking

Katherine Doob Sakenfeld, ed.
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible: A-C
Reviewed by Walter A. Vogels

Esther Straub
Kritische Theologie ohne ein Wort vom Kreuz: Zum Verhältnis von Joh 1-12 und 13-20
Reviewed by Andrew T. Lincoln

Alfons Weiser
Der zweite Brief an Timotheus
Reviewed by Raymond F. Collins

L. L. Welborn
Paul, the Fool of Christ: A Study of 1 Corinthians 1-4 in the Comic-Philosophic Tradition
Reviewed by Russell Morton

Nicola Wendebourg
Der Tag des Herrn: Zur Gerichtserwartung im Neuen Testament auf ihrem alttestamentlichen und frühjüdischen Hintergrund
Reviewed by Markus Oehler

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Rome Reborn – Roma Renascida

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Rome Reborn is an international initiative launched in the mid-1990s by the UCLA Cultural Virtual Reality Laboratory. The goal was the creation of 3D digital models illustrating the urban development of ancient Rome from the first settlement in the Bronze Age (ca. 1500 B.C.) to the depopulation of the city in the early Middle Ages (ca. A.D. 550). With the advice of an international scientific advisory committee, the leaders of the project decided that A.D. 320 was the best moment in time to begin the work of modeling. At that time, Rome had reached the peak of its population, and major Christian churches were just beginning to be built. After this date, the capital of the empire left Rome for Constantinople and so few new civic buildings were built. Much of what survives of the ancient city dates to the period around A.D. 320, making reconstruction less speculative than it must unavoidably be for earlier phases.