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Reading the Psalms as a Book

April 27, 2008

Tyler Williams reviews Reading the Psalms as a Book by Norman Whybray here.

In sum, while Whybray offers many good critiques and cautions that scholars would do well to heed, his extreme skepticism is unfounded. With due concern for proper method, I believe that it is possible to move beyond general observations and uncover something of the significance of the editorial shape of the book of Psalms.

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