Bible Review was a publication that sought to connect the academic study of the Bible to a broad general audience. Covering both the Old and New Testaments, Bible Review presented critical and historical interpretations of biblical texts, and “reader-friendly Biblical scholarship” from 1985 to 2005. After 2005, Bible Review merged into Biblical Archaeology Review. Bible Review was published by the non-denominational Biblical Archaeology Society and edited by the Society's founder Hershel Shanks. In addition to Biblical Archaeology Review, the Society also published Archaeology Odyssey (1998–2006).
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