Book Reviews

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(Hulisani Ramantswana), O. E. ., Christoph Stenschke, Pieter van der Zwan, & Prof Dr Hans-Georg Wünch. (2020). Book Reviews. Old Testament Essays, 33(2), 364–382. Retrieved from


David M. Goldenberg, Black and Slave: The Origins and History of the Curse of Ham, Studies of the Bible and its Reception (SBR) 10 (Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2017). Viii + 360 pp., hardbound. ISBN 978-3-11-052166-5. 100 Euro.

Stephan Anthony Cummins & Jens Zimmermann (editors), Acts of Interpretation: Scripture, Theology and Culture. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 2018, paperback, xii + 252 pages, $35.00. ISBN: 978-0-8028-7500-6.

Hendrik J. Koorevaar, Mart-Jan Paul (eds.). The Earth and the Land: Studies about the Value of the Land of Israel in the Old Testament and Afterwards. Berlin: Peter Lang, 2018 (in: Edition Israelogie, vol. 11). 403 pages, hard cover. € 44,95. ISBN 978-3-631-75062-9.

Danna Nolan Fewell (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Biblical Narrative (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016). Xi + 644 pp., hardbound. ISBN 978-0-19-996772-8, 112,50 GBP; paperback (2018) ISBN 978-0-19-091576-6 33 GBP


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