By Konrad Schaefer
The psalms are masterful poems that echo the tenors of group existence and worship as they venture the scope of the human drama from lament to compliment. They chart a profound and important courting with God, with al the ups and downs that this courting implies. Konrad Schaefer's concise statement at the psalms relates their poetic components whereas respecting their historic context and standard use within the liturgy and, extra importantly, their final worth as a springboard to personal and communal prayer.
In Psalms, Schaefer makes a speciality of the constitution of every psalm, its dramatic plot, the modes of discourse, the rhetorical gains, and the powerful use of images to painting theology and the religious lifestyles. Schaefer portrays every one poem's internal dynamic to acquaint readers with the poet and the group which prayed and preserved the composition, permitting the believer to transpose it within the modern situation.
Psalms is if you happen to want to pray the psalms with extra depth of that means; for these keen to the touch the biblical international and flavor of its fruit within the be aware of God; and for committed readers of the Bible to develop into extra professional because it is helping specialists develop into extra devoted.
Chapters are Introduction," "Book One (Psalms 1-41)," "Book (Psalms 42-72)," "Book 3 (Psalms 73-89)," "Book 4 (Psalms 90-106)," and "Book 5 (Psalms 107-150)."
Konrad Schaefer, OSB, SSD, is a monk of Mount Angel Abbey, Oregon. He presently teaches at Our girl of Angels in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
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