Psalms in Community: Jewish and Christian Textual, Liturgical, and Artistic Traditions

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Harold W. Attridge, Margot Elsbeth Fassler
BRILL, 2004 - 474 עמודים
The Psalms, initially shaped by the experience of the people of Israel, expressed the hopes and fears, the yearnings for and devotion to God, of two religious traditions, each diverse in time and space. To study the Psalms, therefore, it is necessary to move beyond their initial cultural context and to see how they were appropriated by and contributed to the religious lives of Jews and Christians across the centuries. These essays provide that complex diachronic perspective. They represent a spectrum of disciplines, including biblical studies, liturgical studies, musicology, art history, theology, and literature. The result is a richly textured appreciation of the way the Psalms have functioned in these communities of conviction for more than two thousand years. Paperback edition is available from the Society of Biblical Literature (www.sbl-site.org)
 

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Preface
1
Origins Development
7
Psalms in Jewish Liturgy
33
David and the Psalms in Early Judaism
61
The Transformation of the Thanksgiving Hymn
75
The Psalter as a Book of Theology
87
Use of the Psalms in the New Testament
101
The Psalms and the Origins of Christology
113
Calvins Geneva and the Psalms
285
Old World Forms in a New World Garb
293
Psalms in a Contemporary African American Church
313
The Zemirot in Syrian Sabbath Prayers
325
Tradition and Renewal in Contemporary Greek Orthodox Psalmody
341
Texts and Translations in Tension
359
The Translation and Liturgical Uses
365
Translations for Contemporary Worship
373

Christian Rock Music at Corinth?
125
Philos Impact on Christian Psalmody
147
The Aims and Strategies of Early
189
A Note on the Peshitta Psalms and Their Use at Ramsa
207
An Introduction
215
Illuminated Psalter Commentaries
241
Calvins Commentary on the Psalms
265
The Poetic Afterlife of the Psalms
381
Mizmor lDavid
395
Psalm 103
403
Index of Canonical and Deuterocanonical References
455
Contributors
469
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Harold W. Attridge, Ph.D. in New Testament and Christian Origins (1975), Harvard University, is Lillian Claus Professor of New Testament at Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Connecticut. Margot E. Fassler, Ph.D. in Medieval Studies (1983), Cornell University, is Robert S. Tangeman Professor, Yale School of Music and Yale Divinity School, and Director, Institute of Sacred Music at Yale University.

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