Dr. Craigie communicates both the emotional and the theological impact of the Psalms as originally experienced by the people of Israel in their public worship and in private devotions.
His careful analysis will give the modern reader a new appreciation of the reality that life and faith, history and liturgy, struggle and prayer, are inseparable in the life of the people of God.
Dr. Tate brings Craigie's volume up to date by incorporating references to the very latest in biblical scholarship on the Psalms.
Besides notes on each psalm, Dr. Craigie offers essays on:
- The Origin of Psalmody in Israel
- The Compilation of the Psalter
- The Psalms and the Problems of Authorship
- Theological Perspective in the Book of Psalms
- The Psalms and Recent Research
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