CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION TO PSALMS

Bibliography

R. Albertz, Weltschöpfung und Menschenschöpfung (Stuttgart: Calwer, 1974); A. A. Anderson, The Book of Psalms (New Century Bible; 2 vols.; repr. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1981); B. W. Anderson, Out of the Depths (Philadelphia: Westminster, 1974); A. Arens, Die Psalmen im Gottesdienst des Alten Bundes (Trier: Paulinus, 1961); P. Auffret, Hymnes d'Egypte et d'Israël (OBO 34; Freiburg: Universität; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1981); E. Balla, Das Ich der Psalmen (FRLANT 16; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1912); C. Barth, Die Errettung vom Tode in den individuellen Klage- und Dankliedern des Alten Testaments (Zollikon: Evangelischer, 1947); E. Beaucanip, Le Psautier (2 vols.; Paris: Gabalda, 1976-79); J. Becker, Israel deutet seine Psalmen (SBS 18; 2nd ed.; Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1967); idem, Wege der Psalmenexegese (SBS 78; Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1975); W. Beyerlin, “Die tôdā der Heilsvergegenwärtigung in den Klageliedern des Einzelne,” ZAW 79 (1967) 208-24; H. Birkeland, The Evildoers in the Book of Psalms (Oslo: Dybwad, 1955); H. J. Boecker, Redeformen des Rechtslebens im Alten Testament (WMANT 14; 2nd ed.; Neukirchen: Neukirchener, 1970); M. Dahood, Psalms(3 vols.; AB 16,17,17A; Garden City: Doubleday, 1965-70); A. Deissler. Das Buch der Psalmen (3 vols.; Düsseldorf: Patmos, 1963-65); L. Delekat, Asylie und Schutzorakel am Zionheiligtum (Leiden: Brill, 1967); P. Drijvers, The Psalms: Their Structure and Meaning (London: Burns & Oates, 1965); B. Duhm, Die Psalmen (2nd ed.; Tubingen: Mohr, 1922); J. H. Eaton, Kingship and the Psalms (SBT 2/32; London: SCM, 1976); K. Galling, “Der Beichtspiegel,” ZAW47 (1929) 125-30; E. S. Gerstenberger, “Enemies and Evildoers in the Psalms,” Horizons in Biblical Theology 5 (1983) 61-77; idem, “Singing a New Song,” Word and World 5 (1985) 155-67; H. Gese, “Zur Geschichte der Kultsänger am zweiten Tempel,” Vom Sinai zum Zion (BEvT 64; Munich: Kaiser, 1974) 147-58; H. Gunkel, Die Psalmen (1926; repr. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1968); E. Janssen, Juda in der Exilszeit (FRLANTNF51; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1956); W. Janzen, '“Ashrê in the Old Testament,” HTR 58 (1965) 215-26; W. Jens, ed., Assoziationen 8 (Stuttgart: Radius, 1980); J. Jeremias, Kultprophetie und prophetische Gerichtsverkündigung in der späten Königszeit (WMANT 35; Neukirchen: Neukirchener, 1970); idem, Das Königtnm Gottes in den Psalmen (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1987); A. R. Johnson, The Cultic Prophet and Israel's Psalmody (Cardiff: University of Wales, 1979); W. Käser, “Beobachtungen zum alttestamentlichen Makarismus,” ZAW 82 (1970) 225-50; O. Keel, Feinde und Gottesleugner(SBM7; Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1969); R. Kilian,” Ps 22 und das priesterliche Heilsorakel,” BZ NF 12 (1968) 172-85; M. A. Klopfenstein, Die Lüge nach dem Alten Testament (Zurich: Gotthelf, 1964); R. Knierim, Die Hauptbegriffe für Sünde Im Alten Testament (Gülersloh: Mohn, 1965); H. J. Kraus, Theologie der Psalmen (BKAT XV/3; Neukirchen: Neukirchener, 1979); K. Kuntz, “The Canonical Wisdom Psalms of Ancient Israel,” in Rhetorical Criticism (Fest. J. Muilenburg; ed. J. J. Jackson and M. Kessler; Pittsburgh: Pickwick, 1974) 186-222; J. A. Lamb, The Psalms in Christian Wor-

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  • The Forms of the Old Testament Literature i
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Abbreviations and Symbols vi
  • Editors' Foreword xi
  • Preface xv
  • Introduction to Cultic Poetry 1
  • Bibliography 2
  • Psalms 23
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction to Psalms 25
  • Chapter 2 - The Individual Units of Book 1 (Psalms 1-41) 40
  • Chapter 3 - The Individual Units of Book Two (Psalms 42-60) 178
  • Glossary 243
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