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Book Description

Title:
Biblical Commentary on the Psalms, 3 Vols.
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
Edinburgh
Publisher:
T & T Clark
Pages:
18428+420+4208
Subjects:
Psalms, Commentary, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Franz Delitzsch [1813-1890], Biblical Commentary on the Psalms, 3 Vols.

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Note by the Translator
  • Introduction to the Psalter
    1. Position of the Psalter among the Hagiographa, and more especially among the Poetical Books
    2. Names of the Psalter
    3. The History of Psalm Composition
    4. Origin of the Collection
    5. Arrangement and Inscriptions
    6. The Strophe-system of the Psalms
    7. Temple Music and Psalmody
    8. Translations of the Psalms
    9. History of-the Exposition of the Psalms
    10. Theological Preliminary Considerations
  • Exposition of the Psalms, First Book of the Psalter, Chapters 1-35
  • [Volume 2] Exposition of the Psalms, First Book of the Psalter (continued), Chapters 36-41
  • Exposition of the Psalms, Second Book of the Psalter, Chapters 42-72
  • Exposition of the Psalms, Third Book of the Psalter, Chapters 73-88
  • Excursus by J.G. Wetzstein - I. The Symbolic Meaning of the Wash-Pot and the Shoe
  • Excursus by J.G. Wetzstein - II. Concerning the υἱοὶ Βαϊάν in 1 Macc. V.4
  • [Volume 3] Third Book of Psalter (continued), Chapters 85-89
  • Fourth Book of the Psalter, Chapters 90-106
  • Fifth Book of the Psalter, Chapters 107-150