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Psalms (Two Horizons Old Testament Commentary Series)

Paperback|Apr 2008
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Psalm research has become a fascinating point of growth in Old Testament scholarship and the results have been largely positive, particularly valuable for those seeking a theological understanding of the Psalter. However, the growth rate has made the field somewhat...


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Psalm research has become a fascinating point of growth in Old Testament scholarship and the results have been largely positive, particularly valuable for those seeking a theological understanding of the Psalter. However, the growth rate has made the field somewhat difficult to navigate. This commentary gathers the research and creates an accessible guide. Geoffrey Grogan begins by expounding and evaluating the main scholarly approaches to Psalms. He includes issues raised by the superscriptions ? treating them with seriousness ? with special attention given to the Davidic references. He then provides an exegesis of each psalm, in which the emphasis is on their distinctive messages, though classification is not ignored. Grogan follows with a full survey of the Psalter - 's theological themes, highlighting the theological implications of its fivefold arrangement. He continues with a consideration of the massive contribution the Psalter makes to biblical theology, including the way the psalms were used and interpreted by Jesus and the New Testament writers. Closing with an analysis of the contemporary relevance of the Psalms, Grogan - 's work shows the considerable value the Psalter has to guide and challenge us as we face the problems of the church and the world today.
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Geoffrey Grogan here tackles the growing field of Psalms research and presents an accessible theological treatment of the Psalter. He begins by surveying and evaluating the main scholarly approaches to Psalms and then provides exegesis of all the psalms, emphasizing their distinctive messages. ^Grogan follows with a full discussion of the Psalter's theological themes, highlighting the implications of its fivefold arrangement. He considers the massive contribution of the Psalter to biblical theology, including the way the psalms were used and interpreted by Jesus and the New Testament writers. The volume closes with an analysis of the contemporary relevance of the Psalms and a step-by-step guide to preparing a Psalms sermon, based on Psalm 8.
-Publisher

Geoffrey Grogan evaluates the different scholarly approaches to Psalms and analyses their contemporary relevance. He provides an exegesis of each psalm and incorporates a full survey of Psalter's theological themes.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 271560
  • Product Code 9780802827067
  • ISBN 0802827063
  • EAN 9780802827067
  • Pages 504
  • Department Academic
  • Category Old Testament Commentaries
  • Sub-Category Psalms
  • Publisher Eerdmans
  • Publication Date Apr 2008
  • Sales Rank 60827
  • Dimensions 234 x 158 x 26mm
  • Weight 0.737kg

Geoffrey W Grogan

Dr Geoffrey W. Grogan was Principal Emeritus of Glasgow Bible College before it became International Christian College, Glasgow. His theological studies were undertaken there and at the London Bible College. He served the College as a full-time lecturer for fourteen years before going south in 1965 to teach at LBC. In 1969 he returned to Glasgow as principal. He has served on four missionary councils, on the Strathclyde Education Committee and the Management Committee for the Cambridge University Diploma in Religious Studies. He has written books on the Trinity, the Person of Christ, Paul, the Psalms and commentaries on Isaiah, Mark and 2 Corinthians. He is now retired and has been a part-time pastor in a Baptist Church.