This book is a welcome addition to T&T Clark’s series Critical Readings in Biblical Studies. Reynolds should be commended for his work in selecting, editing, and bringing together previously published essays in order to illuminate the “Son of Man Problem” and the ensuing “Son of Man Debate” (p. xiii). The volume contains an opening introductory essay followed by four sections addressing the different issues involved in the problem. Each section has the same structure: a short introductory essay about the issue of the section, a number of articles addressing the issue, and an annotated bibliography. In the short introductory essay, Reynolds summarizes each article and indicates its significance to the topic. The annotated bibliography lists a few other significant articles and monographs (between 7 and 11) that could be pursued for further study of the topic that did not make it into the essays contained in the section.

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