Preaching and Teaching the Psalms

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Westminster John Knox Press, 2006 M01 1 - 189 pages

Renowned and beloved Psalms scholar James Luther Mays shares in this book some of his most influential ideas about the Psalms and shows the reader how this rich Old Testament poetry can be taught and preached in the church. The book's editors, Patrick Miller and Gene Tucker, have carefully brought together Mays's best insights into the meaning of the Psalms and shown us in his sermons how a master with a love for the church handles these beautiful texts.

 

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Less than helpful. I did not find the aid for preaching the Psalms that I expected when I bought this book. This book is more appropriate for an academic study than as a preaching aid. As much as this ... Read full review

Contents

II
3
III
31
IV
41
V
51
VI
69
VII
79
VIII
85
IX
95
XIV
131
XV
137
XVI
147
XVII
159
XVIII
161
XIX
165
XX
167
XXI
171

X
97
XI
107
XII
117
XIII
123
XXII
175
XXIII
179
XXIV
183
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Page 11 - And the God of peace himself sanctify you wholly ; and may your spirit and soul and body be preserved entire, without blame at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.

About the author (2006)

James Luther Mays is Professor Emeritus of Hebrew and Old Testament Interpretation at Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education in Richmond, Virginia

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