Signs, Wonders, and Gifts. Divination in the Letters of Paul.
Oxford University Press, 2019. 256p. Hardback. In Signs, Wonders, and Gifts: Divination in the Letters of Paul, Jennifer Eyl provides a convincing and nuance analysis of Paul's divinatory and wonderworking practices and the reciprocal relationship involved in the language of pistis. Theoretically savvy and empirically grounded, this is unquestionably a learned book that will become the standard work on the subject while being written in a style that will reward students as much as seasoned scholars. James Crossley, Professor of Bible, Society, and Politics in the Centre for the Social-Scientific Criticism of the Bible, St. Mary's University 01/01/2019 |a 04/02/2019 (Publisher's information).