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Yahweh as Refuge and Editing of the Hebrew Psalter

April 27, 2008

Tyler F William reviews Jerome Creach’s Yahweh as Refuge and Editing of the Hebrew Psalter here.

In sum, while Creach may at times overstep the bounds of his evidence, he has nevertheless done an excellent job in isolating and elucidating one of the root metaphors of the book of Psalms: that Yahweh is a refuge to those who seek him. For this reason alone this study deserves careful attention.

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