Item description for Psalms 60-150 (Continental Commentaries) by Hans-Joachim Kraus, Hans Joachim Kraus & Hilton C. Oswald...
Overview Psalms 60-150 by Hans-Joachim Kraus completes the publication in English of Kraus's classic work on the Psalms in the Biblischer Kommentar series (previously published: Theology of the Psalms 1-59, 1988). The English edition has been widely praised by reviewers. This commentary is the best resource available to understand the Psalm. It is marked by both scholarly rigor and practical usefulness for teaching and preaching in the church ... Kraus is indispensable. It breaks new ground, bringing the multifarious theological dimensions of the Psalter into reasonable clarity without dissipating its charm.
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Studio: Augsburg Fortress Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.5" Width: 6.44" Height: 1.52" Weight: 2.55 lbs.
Release Date Sep 5, 2000
Publisher Augsburg Fortress Publishers
Series Continental Commentaries
ISBN 0800695046 ISBN13 9780800695040
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Haiku Review--Psalms 60-150: A Continental Commentary Dec 30, 2006
Written for scholars,
Hebrew grammar emphasized,
The Psalms in Israel's Worship Apr 2, 2000
This volume is a companion to Psalms 1-59 by the same author. Kraus provides a fresh translation for each Psalm, with text critical notes, and sections on the "Form" of the Psalm, the "Setting" in the worship of Israel, "Commentary," and "Purpose and Thrust." In "Setting" and "Form" Kraus discusses the text, meter, and type of Psalm: Hymn of Thanksgiving, Royal Psalm, Liturgy, and so on. The Commentary, of course, provides insight into the meaning of the language of the Psalm. Very useful information is found in all the sections, but it is the last section, Purpose and Thrust, that distinguishes this commentary from others. In it Kraus describes the major themes of the Psalm, the ideas it works with, and in the case of those Psalms that are quoted in the New Testament, a discussion of the place of the Psalm in that literature. This is a legacy of the original from the Biblischer Kommentar series in German. Kraus has made a valuable contribution to the discussion of the Psalms in Israel's worship, and to the use of the Psalms in the New Testament.