Thursday, 6 March 2008

The Bible and Critical Theory Book Reviews Feb 2008

The Bible and Critical Theory book reviews are made available free for the Review of Biblical Literature Readers. This free access has been extended to 31 December 2008. Please contact Sarah Cannon at Monash University ePress ( for further information.

The Bible and Critical Theory Volume 4, Number 1 (February 2008)
Edited by Dr. Julie Kelso with Associate Editor Dr Roland Boer

Ehud Ben Zvi, ed.,
Utopia and Dystopia in Prophetic Literature
Reviewed by Roland Boer

Melody D. Knowles, Esther Menn, John Pawlikowski, and Timothy J. Sandoval, eds.,
Contesting Texts: Jews and Christians in Conversation about the Bible
Reviewed by Michael Carden

R. S. Sugirtharajah, ed.,
Voices from the Margin: Interpreting the Bible in the Third World
Reviewed by Bridget Culpepper

Eric S. Christianson,
Ecclesiastes through the Centuries
Reviewed by R. Christopher Heard

Mark McEntire and Joel Emerson, Raising Cain, Fleeing Egypt and Fighting Philistines
Reviewed by Soren Holst

Virginia Burrus and Catherine Keller, eds.,
Toward a Theology of Eros: Transfiguring Passion at the Limits of Discipline
Reviewed by Mark Manolopoulos

Tikva Frymer-Kensky,
Studies in Bible and Feminist Criticism
Reviewed by Judith E. McKinlay

Wesley J. Bergen and Armin Siedlecki, eds.,
Voyages in Uncharted Waters: Essays on the Theory and Practice of Biblical Interpretation in Honour of David Jobling Reviewed by Peter D. Miscall

Graham S. Ogden,
Reviewed by Peter D. Miscall

Ehud Ben Zvi,
History, Literature and Theology in the Book of Chronicles
Reviewed by Christine Mitchell

Marcel Danesi,
The Quest for Meaning: A Guide to Semiotic Theory and Practice Reviewed by Mark Sneed

Andrew P. Wilson,
Transfigured: A Derridean Rereading of the Markan Transfiguration
Reviewed by Mark Sneed

Elaine M. Wainwright,
Women Healing/Healing Women: The Genderization of Healing in Early Christianity Reviewed by Kristi Upson-Saia

Marvin A. Sweeney,
Form and Intertextuality in Prophetic and Apocalyptic Literature
Reviewed by Thomas Wagner

Review of James G. Crossley,
Why Christianity Happened: A Sociohistorical Account of Christian Origins (26รข?"50 CE)
Reviewed by Richard Walsh

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