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Wallace, Howard N.

Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix, 2009 pp. ix + 199. $25.00

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Readings: A New Biblical Commentary

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Description: The Book of Psalms is often seen as an anthology of prayers and hymns from which the reader may extract a selection as need or interest dictates. However, a recent development in Psalms scholarship has been a discussion of whether the collection of psalms has some overall structure. Is the whole of the Book of Psalms greater than the sum of its individual parts? This commentary argues that it is and presents a continuous reading of the Book of Psalms.

Subjects: Bible, Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, Writings, Literature, Psalms

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Review by John E. Anderson
Published 1/13/2011
Citation: John E. Anderson, review of Howard N. Wallace, Psalms, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2011).

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