RBL Highlights: 1/1/08

Better late than never… a few highlights from the most recent Review of Biblical Literature. PS… Happy New Year. 😉

Paul N. Anderson
The Fourth Gospel and the Quest for Jesus: Modern Foundations Reconsidered
Reviewed by Edward W. Klink III

Richard Bauckham
Jesus and the Eyewitnesses: The Gospels as Eyewitness Testimony
Reviewed by Christopher Tuckett

Philip F. Esler and Ronald A. Piper
Lazarus, Mary and Martha: A Social-Scientific and Theological Reading of John
Reviewed by Jan G. van der Watt

David E. Garland and Diana R. Garland
Flawed Families of the Bible: How God’s Grace Works through Imperfect Relationships
Reviewed by Jason B. Hood

David Goodblatt
Elements of Ancient Jewish Nationalism
Reviewed by W. Dennis Tucker Jr.

Stephen M. Hildebrand
The Trinitarian Theology of Basil of Caesarea: A Synthesis of Greek Thought and Biblical Truth
Reviewed by Mark Weedman

Andrew Lincoln
Hebrews: A Guide
Reviewed by Martin Karrer

John L. Meech
Paul in Israel’s Story: Self and Community at the Cross
Reviewed by Mark Reasoner

Eileen M. Schuller
The Dead Sea Scrolls: What Have We Learned?
Reviewed by Ian Werrett


4 Responses to “RBL Highlights: 1/1/08”

  1. 1 Anonymous
    January 1, 2008 at 4:20 pm

    RBL Highlights?

  2. 2 Anonymous
    January 1, 2008 at 12:20 pm

    RBL Highlights?

  3. 3 Matthew Burgess
    January 2, 2008 at 2:18 am

    Whoops! My bad. 😉

  4. 4 Matthew Burgess
    January 1, 2008 at 10:18 pm

    Whoops! My bad. 😉

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