The biblical psalms are perhaps the most commented-upon texts in
human history. They are at once deeply alluring and deeply
troubling. In this addition to the acclaimed Brazos Theological
Commentary on the Bible, a highly respected scholar offers a
theological reading of Psalms 1-50, exploring the various voices in
the poems to discern the conversation they engage about God,
suffering, and hope as well as ways of community belonging. The
commentary examines the context of the psalms as worship--tending
to both their original setting and their subsequent Jewish and
Christian appropriation--and explores the psychological dynamics
facing the speaker. Foreword by William P. Brown.
Brazos Press, Div of Baker Publishing Group
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||Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible
Ellen T. Charry
• Ephraim Radner
• Michael Root
• George Sumner
||235 x 159 x 31mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - With dust jacket / With dust jacket
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