Resenhas na RBL – 09.03.2015

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

Olivier Artus
Loi et Justice dans la Littérature du Proche-Orient ancien
Reviewed by Michael S. Moore

Gary M. Beckman, Trevor R. Bryce, and Eric H. Cline
The Ahhiyawa Texts
Reviewed by Aren M. Maeir

Keith Bodner
Elisha’s Profile in the Book of Kings: The Double Agent
Reviewed by Gerhard Karner

Walter Brueggemann
Reality, Grief, Hope: Three Urgent Prophetic Tasks
Reviewed by LeAnn Snow Flesher

Katharine J. Dell
Interpreting Ecclesiastes: Readers Old and New
Reviewed by Mark Sneed

Robert Geis
Exegesis and the Synoptics
Reviewed by Jeffrey Paul García

Wilfred J. Harrington
Reading Mark for the First Time
Reviewed by Jeff Jay

Thomas R. Hatina
New Testament Theology and its Quest for Relevance: Ancient Texts and Modern Readers
Reviewed by Gary M. Burge

John Huehnergard
An Introduction to Ugaritic
Reviewed by Philip C. Schmitz

Hans Leander
Discourses of Empire: The Gospel of Mark from a Postcolonial Perspective
Reviewed by Angela N. Parker

M. David Litwa
Iesus Deus: The Early Christian Depiction of Jesus as a Mediterranean God
Reviewed by Joseph Verheyden

Siobhan Dowling Long
The Sacrifice of Isaac: The Reception of a Biblical Story in Music
Reviewed by Deborah W. Rooke

Scot McKnight and Joseph B. Modica, eds.
Jesus Is Lord, Caesar Is Not: Evaluating Empire in New Testament Studies
Reviewed by Russell Morton

Sarah J. K. Pearce
The Words of Moses: Studies in the Reception of Deuteronomy in the Second Temple Period
Reviewed by Sven Petry

Kenneth C. Way
Donkeys in the Biblical World: Ceremony and Symbol
Reviewed by Brent Strawn

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