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PREACHING AND TEACHING THE PSALMS PB

PREACHING AND TEACHING THE PSALMS PB
Renowned and beloved psalms scholar James Luther Mays shares in this book some of his most influential ideas about the psalms and shows the...
 
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ISBN/EAN: 9780664230418
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Publisher: WESTMINSTER JOHN KNOX
Author: MAYS JAMES
 
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Renowned and beloved psalms scholar James Luther Mays shares in this book some of his most influential ideas about the psalms and shows the reader how this rich Old Testament poetry can be taught and preached in the church. The book's editors, Patrick Miller and Gene Tucker, have carefully brought together Mays's best insights into the meaning of the psalms and shown us in his sermons how a master with a love for the church handles these beautiful texts. Mays begins by explaining the basic concepts needed to understand and interpret the psalms and reviewing the scholarship and trends in psalms interpretation. Throughout he treats the psalms not just as ancient texts for scholarly study but as the basis for prayer and faith in the church today. The book's second section contains Mays's expositions of nine different psalms, including Psalm 8, Psalms 22, and Psalm 23, and eight of Mays's sermons on the psalms. The book is ideal for clergy who want to deepen their understanding and appreciation of the psalms, as well as further their skills in preaching and teaching the well-loved Old Testament poetry.
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