Resenhas na RBL: 15.06.2012

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

Brian Britt
Biblical Curses and the Displacement of Tradition
Reviewed by Brian Doak

Sherri Brown
Gift upon Gift: Covenant through Word in the Gospel of John
Reviewed by Dirk van der Merwe

David M. Carr
The Formation of the Hebrew Bible: A New Reconstruction
Reviewed by Christoph Berner

Colin J. Humphreys
The Mystery of the Last Supper: Reconstructing the Final Days of Jesus
Reviewed by David A. Fiensy
Reviewed by Mary J. Marshall

Marjo Korpel and Johannes de Moor
The Silent God
Reviewed by Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer

Eric F. Mason and Kevin B. McCruden, eds.
Reading the Epistle to the Hebrews: A Resource for Students
Reviewed by Scott D. Mackie

Robert K. McIver
Memory, Jesus, and the Synoptic Gospels
Reviewed by Alan Kirk

Michael S. Moore
WealthWatch: A Study of Socioeconomic Conflict in the Bible
Reviewed by Matthew Coomber

Janet Smith
Dust or Dew: Immortality in the Ancient Near East and in Psalm 49
Reviewed by Philippus J. Botha

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Resenhas na RBL: 06.06.2012

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

Kenneth E. Bailey
Paul through Mediterranean Eyes: Cultural Studies in 1 Corinthians
Reviewed by Jack Barentsen

Katell Berthelot and Thierry Legrand, eds.
Torah: Exode, Lévitique, Nombres
Reviewed by Eibert Tigchelaar

Martinus C. de Boer
Galatians: A Commentary
Reviewed by James D. G. Dunn
Reviewed by Martin Meiser

Bruce Chilton and Deirdre J. Good
Studying the New Testament: A Fortress Introduction
Reviewed by Moschos Goutzioudis

Antonios Finitsis
Visions and Eschatology: A Socio-Historical Analysis of Zechariah 1-6
Reviewed by Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer

Lester L. Grabbe, ed.
Israel in Transition 2: From Late Bronze II to Iron IIA (c. 1250-850 BCE): The Texts
Reviewed by Aren Maier

Timothy Jay Johnson
Now My Eye Sees You: Unveiling an Apocalyptic Job
Reviewed by Michael S. Moore

Richard N. Longenecker
Introducing Romans: Critical Issues in Paul’s Most Famous Letter
Reviewed by Akio Ito

Ben Witherington III
What’s in the Word: Rethinking the Socio-Rhetorical Character of the New Testament
Reviewed by Vernon K. Robbins

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:: Especial Rio+20: Carta Maior

A conferência das Nações Unidas para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável, a Rio 20, terminou no Rio de Janeiro com uma louvação da presidenta do Brasil, Dilma Rousseff, à democracia, ao respeito às diferenças e à participação popular. “A Rio 20 mostrou que o multilateralismo é um instrumento insubstituível de expressão global da democracia. Reafirmamos que essa é a via legítima para a construção de soluções para os problemas que afetam a toda humanidade”, afirmou Dilma em seu discurso no encerramento do encontro.