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The Psalms: Chronologically Treated with a New Translation
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The Psalms: Chronologically Treated with a New Translation

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University of Chicago Press 1938

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Overview

Moses Buttenwieser, well-loved author and Bible scholar, presents a unique commentary on the book of Psalms. Believing the Psalms to be a mirror of the spiritual growth of Israel, he wrote The Psalms as a chronologically ordered compendium, so as to chart that growth. Buttenwieser discusses each Psalm thoroughly in the nearly one thousand pages that make up this uniquely ordered resource.

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Product Details

  • Title: The Psalms: Chronologically Treated with a New Translation
  • Author: Moses Buttenwieser
  • Publisher: The University of Chicago Press
  • Publication Date: 1938
  • Pages: 941
  • Resource Type: Commentaries
  • Topic: The Psalms

About Moses Buttenweiser

Moses Buttenwieser, born in 1862 in Germany, was Professor of Exegesis at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati. He also wrote The Prophets of Israel. He died in 1939.