Psalms 101-150

Leslie C. Allen

Psalms 101-150
Psalms 101-150

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Series: Word Biblical Commentary
Categories: Psalms
Tags: Technical

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Over 1 Million volumes sold in the WBC Series! Word Biblical Commentary on Psalms 101-150 Volume 21 (revised) A complete revision of this volume with the most recent scholarship Explains how Psalms demonstrates the spiritual life of Israel Provides explanations as to why the New Testament writers quoted from the Psalms more than any other book

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4.1 out of 5 based on 5 user ratings
Jeremy Pierce (parableman) August 7, 2009 3.5 5
The WBC on Psalms is in three volumes. Volume 3 on Psalms 101-150 is by Leslie Allen. It starts with a strong text-critical section and concludes with a summary of the basic meaning, with detailed commentary on each verse in between. There's some contemporary significance in the last section. The original versions had much less of that, but the revised version has a lot more. One distracting feature of some Psalms commentaries is over-speculation about which ritual settings each psalm might have originated in, and the WBC volumes focus more on what scholars can say with some confidence. Allen is probably less theological than Craigie, who did the first volume, but more theological than Tate, who did the second and revised the first. This is one of the few recent, complete, in-depth commentaries on this book. The longest book in the Bible doesn't draw many full-length commentaries very often. Tate stands within the evangelical tradition, somewhat broadly construed. He takes views that I'm not willing to endorse in terms of historicity (though I'm not sure I'd deny most of those statements either), but he's more conservative than you'll find in any other recent academic commentary on the Psalms (unless you count VanGemeren's EBC revision). [Full Review]
Derek Thomas September 19, 2008 5 5
This commentary has serious weaknesses in setting the psalms in a New Testament context.
Brian LeStourgeon July 29, 2008 4 5
Not my favorite commentaries, but these WBC volumes are generally conservative commentaries that seriously engage the history, theology, and scholarship of the Psalms. Wilcock (BST, 2001, 2 vols.) is interesting for canonical considerations but is not technical enough for my concerns.
A balanced and comprehensive Evangelical survey of exegesis in these psalms. [Full Review]
Denver Seminary Journal June 16, 2008 4 5
A balanced and comprehensive Evangelical survey of exegesis in these psalms. [Full Review]

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