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New American Commentary — Psalms 73-150 (NAC)

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Title: New American Commentary — Psalms 73-150 (NAC)
Publisher: Broadman & Holman
Author: Daniel J. Estes


Employing a close literary reading of the text, this volume on Psalms 73-150:

  • Examines each psalm according to its specific literary genre
  • Focuses on exegesis as the foundation for theology
  • Articulates appropriate responses to the psalms by the reader

The New American Commentary collects the best in contemporary evangelical scholarship in a series that examines the entire Bible in depth. The New American Commentary consistently supports the inerrancy of Scripture and contributing scholars all hold explicit commitments to Scripture’s infallibility. Its distinctive perspective is a focus on the theological ideas springing from Scripture. Along with the textual grounding of an expository commentary, the New American Commentary also focuses on the broader strokes of theology developed by each book, and interprets each book as a theological unity. Rooted in conservative theology, the New American Commentary also directly engages a wide range of theological and exegetical issues raised by contemporary biblical scholarship.

Based on the NIV Bible text, the New American Commentary offers a verse-by-verse analysis of the Scriptures. A mid-level commentary, its scholarship reflects comprehensive biblical research in original languages, but avoids overly-technical prose to maintain accessibility to readers without a seminary background.

Daniel J. Estes (Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is professor of Bible and dean of the School of Biblical and Theological Studies at Cedarville University in Ohio. He is also the author of Job from the Teach the Text commentary series, the Song of Songs commentary in the Apollos Old Testament Commentary Series, Hear, My Son: Teaching Learning in Proverbs 1-9 from the New Studies in Biblical Theology series, and the Handbook on the Wisdom Books and Psalms.

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