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Book Description

The Psalms: Their History, Teachings and Use, new edn.
Publication Year:
Hodder and Stoughton
Psalms, Theology, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

William Binnie [1823-1886], The Psalms: Their History, Teachings and Use

Table of Contents

  • Preface to the New Edition
  • Preface to the First Edition
  1. History and Poetical Structure of the Psalms
    1. Introduction. Note to Chapter I.—The Mosaic Authorship of the Psalms
    2. David the Psalmist of Israel
    3. David's Psalms. Note to Chapter III.—The Superscriptions
    4. David's Ordinances for the Service of Song
    5. Psalmody under Solomon and the Later Kings
    6. The Psalmists of the Captivity and the Return
    7. The Psalter as a Whole, with its Five Books
    8. The Poetical Structure of the Psalms
  2. The Theology of the Psalms. Christ in the Psalms
    1. Predictions respecting our Lord in the Psalms
    2. A Classification of the Messianic Psalms
    3. The Christology of the Psalms
    4. God and the Soul
    5. The Progress of Religion in the Soul
    6. THe Doctrine of the Future Life
    7. The Imprecations
    8. The Church, or Israel of God
    9. The Future Glories of the Church
    10. The Famiy and the Commonwealth
    11. The Law of the Lord
  3. Notices Regarding the Use of the Psalms in the Church
    1. THe Use of the Psalms Under the Old Testament. Note to Chapter I.—The Music of the Synagogue and of the Early Church
    2. The Use of the Psalms in the Christian Church
    3. Testimonies to the Estimation in which the Psalms have been Held
  • Indexes