Marginalia: A Review of Books in History, Theology & Religion releases new reviews on the last Tuesday of the month but in between these times we release interviews or essays as well. So, you might want to check the site periodically to see if anything is new or you can follow us on Facebook or Twitter where we announce new stuff.

Today we released two stellar pieces that you will want to read:

David H. Aaron, Professor of Hebrew Bible & History of Interpretation at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati, writes on the art of the review essay. He gives very helpful advice to anyone who is thinking about writing this kind of piece.

Brennan Breed, Assistant Professor of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary, examines the reception history of Genesis 3:22-24 in a completely fascinating review essay.

Enjoy.

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