The online Journal of Hebrew Scriptures announced a few new book reviews today. Some are noteworthy for material covered on this blog:
Michael Hundley, Keeping Heaven on Earth: Safeguarding the Divine Presence in the Priestly Tabernacle (FAT II, 50; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2011)
- I reference Hundley’s work in my recent article in JESOT on how divine plurality is not evidence of monotheistic evolution. I’m actually working on a more in depth article of some themes covered there to which Hundley’s work contributes.
Alice Wood, Of Wings and Wheels: A Synthetic Study of the Biblical Cherubim (BZAW, 385; Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2008)
- The most recent work on cherubim
Anne Moore, Moving Beyond Symbol and Myth: Understanding the Kingship of God of the Hebrew Bible through Metaphor (Studies in Biblical Literature, 99; New York: Peter Lang, 2009).
Bruce Harvey, YHWH Elohim: A Survey of Occurrences in the Leningrad Codex and their Corresponding Septuagintal Renderings (LHBOTS 537; Hebrew Bible and its Versions 6; London/New York: T&T Clark, 2011)