Volume five of the Mercer Commentary on the Bible comprises commentaries on the deuterocanonical/apocryphal books which Martin Luther called quseful and good for readingq yet did not consider of the same authority as Scripture. Volume five of the Mercer Commentary on the Bible includes commentaries from the critically acclaimed Mercer Commentary on the Bible and appropriate articles from the equally well-received Mercer Dictionary of the Bible. This convenient yet thorough edition is for the classroom and for anyone who wishes to focus study on these particular texts.In Ps 152 David asks God to come to his aid when he is attacked by a lion and a wolf while watching his fathera#39;s flocks. ... One is a poem to divine Wisdom and is closely related to Sir 51:13-30. ... The third, an acrostic poem, is a hymn to zion.
|Author||:||Watson E. Mills, Richard F. Wilson|
|Publisher||:||Mercer University Press - 2002-02-01|