Biblical Interpretation

Ancient Near Eastern and Mediterranean Medicine
By Laura Zucconi on January 2020
Editors' Choice: The Best of B&I in 2019
By B&I Authors on December 2019
When did people start writing in the Levant?
By Nissim Amzallag on December 2019
On the Origin of Alphabetic Writing
By Aren M. Wilson-Wright on November 2019
On Finding Myth and History in the Bible: Epistemological and Methodological Observations
By Emanuel Pfoh on November 2019
The Museum of the Bible beyond the Headlines
By Jill Hicks-Keeton and Cavan Concannon on September 2019
Project Blitz's Bible Literacy Act and the 2019 Bible Course Bills
By Mark A. Chancey on June 2019
How the Bible Is Written
By Gary A. Rendsburg on May 2019
Do We Really Think That There Is No Historical Linguistics of Ancient Hebrew?
By Robert Rezetko and Ian Young on April 2019
The Invention of the Alphabet: Historical Sleuthing and the Power of Naming
By Robert D. Holmstedt on March 2019
Flawed Philology
By Ronald Hendel and Jan Joosten on March 2019
Muslims and the Bible, Biblicists and Islam
By Adam J. Silverstein on March 2019
Fishing for Entrepreneurs in the Sea of Galilee? Unmasking Neoliberal Ideology in Biblical Interpretation
By Robert J. Myles on February 2019
Evolution and Compatibilism: What it Takes to Reconcile
By Aaron Adair on February 2019
President Trump Just Tweeted Support for Bible Courses, But It’s Already Legal to Teach About the Bible
By Mark Chancey on January 2019
Can the Ages of Biblical Literature be Discerned Without Literary Analysis?
By Ian Young and Robert Rezetko on January 2019
How Old Is the Hebrew Bible?
By Ronald Hendel and Jan Joosten on January 2019
Evangelicals and Donald J. Trump
By Jim West on January 2019
Editors' Choice: The Best of B&I in 2018
By B&I Authors on December 2018
As Easy as ABC?: A Review of Thomas Schneider’s Study of the TT99 Ostracon
By Aren M. Wilson-Wright on October 2018
Philosophical assumptions related to the question “What is a god?” in Hebrew Bible scholarship
By Jaco Gericke on October 2018
A New ‘Biblical Archaeology’
By Philip R Davies (1945-2018) on August 2018