Commentary On The Psalms Volume 1 by Heinrich EwaldCommentary On The Psalms Volume 1 by Heinrich Ewald

Commentary On The Psalms Volume 1

byHeinrich Ewald

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ... conscription to personal service in the war. But if this phrase was closely connected with the preceding D'b2Da, then yiS must, as if in jesting word-play, with its counterpart tabs and tobti Job. xxi. 10 (xxxix. 3); B. Isa. xxxiv. 15, lxvi. 7, designate abortion as a rent, whereby the fruit falls before its time, falls out of its costly repository, and perishes. II. SONGS AFTER THE DIVISION OP THE DAVIDIC KINGDOM UNTIL ITS END. 1. Scattered Voices Down To The Eighth Centcry. From the two first centuries of this long period a few songs, as all closer examination shows, have been preserved in the Psalter. The fulness of songs from the Assyrian period has manifestly crowded out all the earlier songs to such an extent that only the Davidic have been preserved in somewhat greater number and coherence. These next songs after the Davidic period are to be recognized, among other signs, by this their single and dispersed occurrence. These are a few, very isolated monuments of a time in which in general the poets had more peculiarity and independence, and the collective life of the people had not yet reached the later uniformity and definiteness. We cannot but expect that precisely in these times the Davidic colour, the height of joyous feeling and of confidence in his songs, should remain unimpaired in many songs--whether it be in collisions with the Gentiles or in inner struggles and perplexities, but most of all in the royal songs themselves, to which also the song explained in I, pp. 158 sqq.--of a king of the kingdom of the Ten Tribes, 1 Sam. ii. 1-10, belongs. We begin here suitably with / 18. Psalm Xx. A king is setting out for war against the heathen; and as he previously prays in the sanctuary with sacrifices and vows, the assembled...
Title:Commentary On The Psalms Volume 1Format:PaperbackDimensions:108 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.22 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217196594

ISBN - 13:9780217196598