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Author: Harvey H Guthrie
ISBN: 0816421781
Pages 241 pages
Publisher Seabury Press (June 1, 1978)
Language English
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by Harvey H Guthrie


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Israel's sacred songs. a study of dominant themes. by Harvey H. Guthrie. Published 1966 by Seabury in New York. Bible, Criticism, interpretation, Psalms.

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This book is primarily concerned with the way in which Israel adopted certain cultural idioms as means of praising and addressing her God, and with how these idioms were transformed by the content they were made to carry. That tradition affirms that God is known for who he is, precisely when we confront and grapple with the problems which this book has endeavored to define. Warning: May contain spoilers. Disambiguation notice.

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