The Commentary on the Book of Psalms 41-60 with Midrash Tehillim, Volume 3

The Commentary on the Book of Psalms 41-60 with Midrash Tehillim, Volume 3Hardcover, 575 Pages
The Commentary on the Book of Psalms 41-60 with Midrash Tehillim, Volume 3. The hermeneutic approach for interpreting the Psalms is from a Torah perspective examining the theological, historical, moral, and spiritual perspectives. This unique commentary is a chapter by chapter exposition and study of the Psalms and the rabbinic commentary. Every chapter of the Book of Psalms is treated as a unit and is a separate chapter in the book. Each chapter is composed of two major divisions: (i) examination and comparison of the original Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek translations of the Psalms for a greater understanding of the words of David and (ii) Rabbinic Midrash on the Psalms. The comments and verse by verse expositions are the meat of the book and consist of examining the Hebrew and Aramaic texts with explanations and interpretations, with a focus on practical application for our lives. In addition to this, we look at parallels found within the New Testament that are consistent with Rabbinic thought.

Product Details

Published: March 4, 2015
Language:  English, Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek
Pages: 575
Binding: Hardcover (casewrap)
Interior Ink: Black & white
Weight: 3.02 lbs.
Dimensions (inches): 8.25 wide x 10.75 tall
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