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Book Description

Title:
The Book of Psalms with Introduction and Notes. Books II & III. Psalms XLII–LXXXIX
Authors:
Publication Year:
Location:
Cambridge
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Pages:
556
Subjects:
Psalms, Commentary, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Alexander Francis Kirkpatrick [1849-1940.], ed., The Book of Psalms with Introduction and Notes. Books II & III. Psalms XLII–LXXXIX. The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges

Table of Contents

Preface by the General Editor J.J.S. Perowne, D.D.

I. Introduction:

  1. The Book of Psalms
  2. The Position, Names, Numbering, and Divisions of the Psalter
  3. The Titles of the Psalms
  4. The Authorship and Age of the Psalms
  5. The Collection and Growth of the Psalter
  6. The Form of Hebrew Poetry
  7. The Hebrew Text, the Ancient Versions, and the English Versions
  8. The Messianic Hope
  9. On some points in the Theology of the Psalms
  10. The Psalter in the Christian Church
  11. Literature

II. Text and Notes

III. Appendices

Index