Item description for Theology of the Psalms (Continental Commentaries) by Hans-Joachim Kraus, Hans Joachim Kraus & Keith R. Crim...
Overview This Theology of the Psalms is an introduction to Kraus' two-volume study of the Psalms. According to the original plan, it was an introductory chapter to volume one. However, it outgrew all expectations and it was published as an independent volume. It is a basic tool for those interested in studying and praying the Psalms.
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Christian Century - 05/02/2012 page 29
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Studio: Augsburg Fortress Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.58" Width: 6.9" Height: 0.78" Weight: 1.35 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 1992
Publisher Augsburg Fortress Publishers
Series Continental Commentaries
ISBN 0800695062 ISBN13 9780800695064
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Extremely Valuable resource on the Psalter Jan 7, 2001
As a pastor I find myself turning to this volume often when in the Psalms. Kraus studies the Psalter thematically, which is a bit tiresome when studying a single Psalm, but nonetheless, so valuable in his grouping together of concepts, words, phrases, etc. Although there surface periodically (but not frequently) touches of historicial-critical methodology and findings, this volume represents some of the finest theology work on the OT Hymnal. He even includes a fine expose on the NT use of Psalms. Not sure how the average layperson without any Hebrew knowledge would find this work, but certainly, there is meat here for them to find and devour smilingly.