The Prayers of David

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A&C Black, 2004 M10 27 - 272 páginas
In the second of his invigorating studies on the Psalms, Goulder builds a fascinating case for a Davidic connection in Psalms 51-72. Goulder argues that the Prayers were composed by one of David's priests, and stand in their historical order. Thus, Psalm 51, with which the sequence opens, is in Jewish tradition David's psalm of contrition for Uriah's murder, and 72 is the psalm for Solomon's coronation-the beginning and end of the 'Succession Narrative'. 'The whole is prefaced by a shrewd and highly entertaining account of Psalm scholarship and a discussion of the character of the "succession narrative," and rounded off by a note suggesting how the present structure of the Psalter developed.' Richard Coggins, Expository Times.
 

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Preface
7
The Prayers of David
20
Chapter 3
51
Chapter 4
71
Chapter 5
109
THE SIEGE OF MAHANAIM 6064
141
Chapter 7
171
Chapter 8
191
Chapter 9
217
A Historical Postscript
247
Bibliography
261
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Michael Goulder is Emeritus Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of Birmingham.

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