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Psalms 3: A Commentary on Psalms 101-150, Hermeneia series

Author: 
Klaus Baltzer (Editor) Linda M. Maloney (Translator) Frank Lothar Hossfeld (Author) Erich Zenger (Author)
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Description

In this "meticulous" commentary, "brilliantly" translated by Linda M. Maloney (Review of Biblical Literature), Hossfeld and Zenger provide for each psalm a relevant bibliography of scholarship, a fresh translation, text-critical and philological details, and commentary on historical context, theological significance, literary structure, and reception (in Septuagint, Targums, and New Testament), engaging a wide range of scholarship as they proceed. Line drawings help to illustrate the Ancient Near Eastern context.

 

ISBN: 
9780800607623
Price: 
$69.00
Release date: 
November 1, 2011
Pages: 
600
Width: 
8.25
Height: 
9.25

Endorsements

"Without doubt, this commentary should be one of the first choices among commentaries on the Psalms for every scholar involved in research in the field. Its methodology is clear, honest, and logical; the material presented is rich; and the structure is effective so that...readers will find their way to whatever psalm and its background they are searching for. The editorial board of Hermeneia is to be thanked for its decision to publish a translation of such a first–class commentary.
—Thomas J. Kraus

"Hossfeld and Zenger have given us the definitive commentary on the Psalms for this generation. Their attention to exegetical, historical, redactional, and theological dimensions of these texts ensures that the reader will have the most comprehensive access to the Psalms. From careful discussion of textual issues to the New Testament’s appropriation of the Psalms, they have provided the kind of deep exploration of the Psalter not available in any other commentary."
—Patrick D. Miller Professor of Old Testament Theology Emeritus
Princeton Theological Seminary