The Psalms and Their Meaning for Today

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Suggested Readings
Barnes W. E., The Psalms, 2 vols., New York and London, 1931.
Gunkel H., Die Psalmen, Göttingen, 1926.
Gunkel H., und Begrich J., Einleitung in die Psalmen, Göttingen, 1933.
James F., Thirty Psalmists, New York, 1938.
Leslie E. A., The Psalms, New York and Nashville, 1949.
Oesterley W. O. E., A Fresh Approach to the Psalms, New York, 1937.
Oesterley W. O. E., The Psalms, 2 vols., London, 1939.
Paterson J., The Praises of Israel, New York, 1950.
Snaith N., Hymns of the Temple [ Pss. 42-43, 44, 46, 50, 73], London, 1951.
Weiser A., Die Psalmen, Göttingen, 1950.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface - The Psalms in The Life of the Western World vii
  • Contents xv
  • 1 - The Origin Of The Psalms 17
  • 2 - Hymns Of Praise 35
  • I - Worship of The Lord of Nature 37
  • 2 - Worship of The Lord of History 65
  • 3- Worship of The Lord of Zion 93
  • 3 - Prayers In Time of Crisis 123
  • I - National Laments 125
  • 2 - Personal Supplications 143
  • 3 - Penitential Prayers 166
  • 4 - Songs Of Faith 189
  • 2 - Psalms of Trust 212
  • 3 - Psalms of "Wisdom" And Communion 239
  • 5 - Their Meaning For Today 265
  • Suggested Readings 276
  • Index to Psalm References 277
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