The Review of Biblical Literature – nowości z 16.1.2015

The Review of Biblical Literature is a publication of the Society of Biblical Literature (

The following new reviews have been added to the Review of Biblical Literature and listed on the RBL blog (

Gary A. Anderson, Charity: The Place of the Poor in the Biblical Tradition Reviewed by Timothy Sandoval

Aaron Chalmers, Exploring the Religion of Ancient Israel: Prophet, Priest, Sage and People Reviewed by Thomas Wagner

R.F. Collins, Second Corinthians Reviewed by B. J. Oropeza

Philip R. Davies – Thomas Römer, eds., Writing the Bible: Scribes, Scribalism and Script Reviewed by Stephen Reed

A.E. Harvey, Is Scripture Still Holy? Coming of Age with the New Testament Reviewed by Christopher Holmes

Tawny L. Holm, Of Courtiers and Kings: The Biblical Daniel Narratives and Ancient Story-Collections Reviewed by Jordan M. Scheetz

Eugene E. Lemcio, Travels with St. Mark: GPS for the Journey. A Pedagogical Aid Reviewed by Kenneth Litwak

Michael E. Stone, An Editio Minor of the Armenian Version of the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs Reviewed by Adam Carter McCollum

Rannfrid I. Thelle, Approaches to the “Chosen Place”: Accessing a Biblical Concept Reviewed by Eckart Otto

Heath A. Thomas, Poetry and Theology in the Book of Lamentations: The Aesthetics of an Open Text Reviewed by Miriam Bier

Donald M. Walter – Gillian Greenberg, trans.; George A. Kiraz – Joseph Bali, eds., The Book of the Twelve Minor Prophets according to the Syriac Peshitta Version with English Translation: The Twelve Prophets