The Psalms in Israel's Worship - Vol. 1

By Sigmund Mowinckel; D. R. Ap-Thomas | Go to book overview
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CONTENTS

Volume I
Chapter Page
I THE PSALMS AND THE CULT1
1. The Problem1
2. Testimonies about the cultic use of the psalms2
3. Allusions to the temple cult in the psalms -- song, music and dance5
4. The cultic origin of psalmody as such, and the problem of the extant psalms12
5. What is 'cult'?15
Chapter
II THE METHOD OF THE CULTIC INTERPRETATION23
1. The form critical (form historical) view-point23
2. The cult functional view-point29
3. The sources for our knowledge of Israelite cult life35
4. Preliminary classification of the psalms37
5. Psalms outside the Psalter40
6. Ancient oriental psalm poetry41
Chapter
III 'I' AND 'WE' IN THE PSALMS -- 'ROYAL PSALMS'42
I. 'I' and 'we'. 'Corporate personality'42

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