A fresh analysis of that sheds new light on the Psalms of Solomon
Researchers whose work focuses on the Psalms of Solomon, experts on the Septuagint, and scholars of Jewish Hellenistic literature take a fresh look at debates surrounding the text. Authors engage linguistic, historical, and theological issues including the original language of the psalms, their historical setting, and their theological intentions with the goal of expanding our understanding of first-century BCE Jewish theology.
New methods applied to open questions of authorship and historical contextFocusd scholarly attention on a work of theological and literary importanceRevised essays originally presented at the First International Meeting on the Psalms of Solomon
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