Resenhas na RBL – 03.04.2015

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

Itzhak Benyamini
Narcissist Universalism: A Psychoanalytic Reading of Paul’s Epistles
Reviewed by Kari Syreeni

Wim M. de Bruin
Isaiah 1–12 as Written and Read in Antiquity
Reviewed by Ibolya Balla

Trevor J. Burke and Brian S. Rosner, eds.
Paul as Missionary: Identity, Activity, Theology, and Practice
Reviewed by Ronald R. Clark

J. Patout Burns Jr.
Romans: Interpreted by Early Christian Commentators
Reviewed by Daniel Patte
Reviewed by Adam Ployd

Beverly Roberts Gaventa, ed.
Apocalyptic Paul: Cosmos and Anthropos in Romans 5–8
Reviewed by Timothy Gombis

Barbara Green
Jeremiah and God’s Plans of Well-Being
Reviewed by Lissa M. Wray Beal

Richard H. Hiers
Women’s Rights and the Bible: Implications for Christian Ethics and Social Policy
Reviewed by L. Juliana Claassens

William S. Kurz
Acts of the Apostles
Reviewed by Thomas E. Phillips
Reviewed by Troy M. Troftgruben

A. James Murphy
Kids and Kingdom: The Precarious Presence of Children in the Synoptic Gospels
Reviewed by Marianne Blickenstaff

Ruth Poser
Das Ezechielbuch als Trauma-Literatur
Reviewed by Michael S. Moore

Robert M. Price
The Amazing Colossal Apostle: The Search for the Historical Paul
Reviewed by Corneliu Constantineanu
Reviewed by Glenn E. Snyder

Ephraim Stern
The Material Culture of the Northern Sea Peoples in Israel
Reviewed by Raz Kletter

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