The Book of Psalms: Composition and Reception, Volume 99

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Peter W. Flint, Patrick D. jr Miller, Aaron Brunell, Ryan Roberts
BRILL, 2005 - 680 pages
Written by leading experts in the field as well as some younger scholars, The Book of Psalms: Composition and Reception offers a wide-ranging treatment of the main aspects of Psalms study. The almost 30 essays consist of two overall sections. The first section contains studies of a more general nature; commentary on or interpretation of specific Psalms; social setting; and the Psalter as book. The second section contains essays on the literary context of the Psalter (including Qumran texts); textual history and reception in Judaism and Christianity; and the theology of the Psalter. The volume ends with a cumulative bibliography and several useful indices.

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Contents

MILLER AND PETER W FLINT
1
zu Ps 892038 und Ps 20 und ihren Vorstufen
9
ROLF RENDTORFF
53
ADELE BERLIN
65
DAVID NOEL FREEDMAN and DAVID MIANO
87
J J M ROBERTS
97
BEAT WEBER
116
deCLAISSEWALFORD
139
J CLINTON MCCANN
340
MICHAEL GOULDER
349
SEYBOLD
368
GERALD H WILSON
391
ERICH ZENGER
407
TEXTUAL HISTORY AND RECEPTION IN J UDAISM AND CHRISTIANITY
443
MOSHE BERNSTEIN
476
the Psalter
505

DENNIS PARDEE
153
JOHN S KSELMAN
184
RICHARD J CLIFFORD S
190
The Shifting Focus of Psalm 101
206
SUNGHUN
224
BROYLES
248
JAMES W WATTS
288
HARRY P NASUTI
311
HARRY F VAN ROOY
537
CRAIG A EVANS
551
WALTER BRUEGGEMANN
581
ERHARD S GERSTENBERGER
603
INDICES
627
Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha
661
Modern Authors
669
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Peter W. Flint, Ph.D. (Notre Dame, 1993) is Professor of Biblical Studies at Trinity Western University. He has published widely on the Scrolls, the OT, and 2nd Temple Judaism - including The Dead Sea Psalms Scrolls & the Book of Psalms (Brill, 1997), The DSS Bible (Harper, 1999) - and edited the Psalms Scrolls from Cave 4 (Oxford, 2000).
Patrick D. Miller is Charles T. Haley Professor of Old Testament Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. He has worked especially on the books of Deuteronomy and Psalms and has written books on Israelite religion and biblical prayer.