Book Reviews

Forthcoming:

David deSilva, Introducing the Apocrypha: Message, Context, and Significance. 2nd edition; Baker Academic, 2018. Bulletin for Biblical Research.

Tom Thatcher et al., eds., The Dictionary of the Bible and Ancient Media. Bloomsbury 2017. Bulletin for Biblical Research.

Published

John Jarick, ed., SOTS at 100: Centennial Essays of the Society for Old Testament Study. T&T Clark, 2017. Bulletin for Biblical Research 28.2 (2018): 308–10.

Franco Montanari, ed., The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek. Leiden: Brill, 2015. Westminster Theological Journal 80.1 (2018): 187-89.

David Firth, 1 & 2 Samuel: A Kingdom Comes. An Introduction and Study Guide. T&T Clark Study Guides to the Old Testament. Bloomsbury/T&T Clark, 2017. Bulletin for Biblical Research 27.4 (2017): 550-52.

John Barton, Ethics in Ancient Israel. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014Themelios 41.3 (2016): 490-91.

Bonnie Howe and Joel B. Green, eds. Cognitive Linguistic Explorations in Biblical Studies. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2014. Bulletin for Biblical Research 26.3 (2016): 385-87.

John J. Pilch, The Cultural Life Setting of the Proverbs. Fortress Press, 2016. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 59.3 (September 2016): 613-15.

Eberhard Bons and Jan Joosten, eds. The Reception of Septuagint Words in Jewish-Hellenistic and Christian Literature. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 78.3 (July 2016): 565-67.

Eberhard Bons, Jan Joosten, and Regine Hunziker-Rodewald, eds. Biblical Lexicology: Hebrew and Greek. Semantics – Exegesis – Translation. BZAW 443. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2015. Bulletin for Biblical Research 26.2 (2016): 245-46.

Iain Provan, Seriously Dangerous Religion: What the Old Testament Really Says and Why It Matters. Waco, Tx.: Baylor University Press, 2014. Westminster Theological Journal 78/1 (2016): 159-61.

James K. Aitken, ed. The T&T Clark Companion to the Septuagint. London: Bloomsbury, 2015Bulletin for Biblical Research 25/4 (2015): 551-53.

Eugen J. Pentiuc, The Old Testament in Eastern Orthodox Tradition. New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 2014. pp. xiv + 414. ISBN 978-0195331233. $35.00. Paperback. Westminster Theological Journal 77/2 (Fall 2015): 440-42.

Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia: A Reader’s Edition. Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, 2014 / Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 2014.  Bulletin for Biblical Research 25/3 (2015): 371-72.

Samuel L. Adams. Social and Economic Life in Second Temple Judea. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox, 2014Bulletin for Biblical Research 25/3 (2015): 386-88.

Brian Neil Peterson. The Authors of the Deuteronomistic History: Locating a Tradition in Ancient Israel. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press, 2014. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 58/2 (2015): 376-77.

Joy A. Schroeder, Deborah’s Daughters: Gender Politics and Biblical Interpretation. New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 2014. Bulletin for Biblical Research 25/1 (2015): 96-97.

William T. Miller, A Compact Study of Numbers. Eugene, Or.: Wipf & Stock, 2013. Themelios 40/1 (April 2015): 110-11.

J. Ross Wagner. Reading the Sealed Book: Reading Old Greek Isaiah and the Problem of Septuagint Hermeneutics. FAT 88. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck / Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2013. Bulletin for Biblical Research 24/3 (2014): 405-06.

Joshua G. Mathews, Melchizedek’s Alternative Priestly Order: A Compositional Analysis of Genesis 14:18-20 and Its Echoes throughout the Tanak. Bulletin for Biblical Research Supplement 8. Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2013. Westminster Theological Journal 76/2 (Fall 2014): 465-67.

Jason S. DeRouchie, ed., What the Old Testament Authors Really Cared About: A Survey of Jesus’ Bible. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Kregel Academic, 2013. Westminster Theological Journal 76/2 (Fall 2014): 463-64.

Abi T. Ngunga, Messianism in the Old Greek of Isaiah: An Intertextual Analysis. Forschungenzur Religion und Literatur des Alten und Neuen Testaments 245. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2013. Westminster Theological Journal 76/1 (Spring 2014): 230-31.

Myrto Theocharous, Lexical Dependence and Intertextual Allusion in the Septuagint of the Twelve Prophets: Studies in Hosea, Amos and Micah. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 2012. Westminster Theological Journal 75/2 (Fall 2013): 383-386.

 

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