Bryn Mawr reviews (see recommendation below) is also useful for scholars of the Old Testament. A recent book reviewed dealt with the meaning of dreams in the Ancient Near East.
I have been planning to post selections of Martin Hengel’s presidential address in 1993 to the Society for New Testament Studies. I hope to do that some time in the next year. Professor Hengel argues that New Testament scholars must know more than the New Testament; basically they should know the Hellenistic, Roman, Jewish, and early Christian literature from the period surrounding the emergence of Christianity. Bryn Mawr Reviews is one source for keeping in touch with developments in this larger historical period.
For those already up to speed in reading German, the address was published in New Testament Studies vol 40, 1994: 321-357.
Tomorrow I hope to get back to selections from Bonhoeffer on nature and the earth.