The Lord Reigns: A Theological Handbook to the Psalms

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1994 M01 1 - 159 páginas

James Mays convincingly argues that the declaration "The Lord reigns" is not only a statement of faith but a statement of a particular worldview: that is, there is a God, and all of reality can be understood only in terms of God and God's sovereignty. By addressing the importance of the language associated with the reign of God as expressed in the Psalms, The Lord Reigns offers a way to better understand the relationship between God and creation.

 

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Contenido

Prayers of Need Gratitude and Trust
23
An Interpretation of Psalm 13
55
David as Psalmist and Messiah
85
The Portrayal of the Messiah in the Psalms
99
An Interpretation of Psalm 2
108
The Psalms as Book and Scripture
117
The Place of the Torah Psalms in the Psalter
128
Psalm 118 in the Light of Canonical Analysis
136
Notes
147
Bibliographical Postscript
155
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James Luther Mays is Cyrus M. McCormick Professor Emeritus of Hebrew and Old Testament Interpretation at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Virginia. He was the general editor of the best-selling Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching series, and is author of many books, including Psalms in the Interpretation series and The Lord Reigns: A Theological Handbook to the Psalms.

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