The Message: Psalms

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NavPress Publishing Group, 1994 - Bibles - 199 pages
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The archaic, flowing language of the King James Bible is perhaps at its most glorious in the Book of Psalms. The beauty of the words, however, can easily overshadow and even obscure their meanings. In this elegant book--that makes both a priceless gift and an inspiring traveling companion--Peterson interprets the Psalms in clear and familiar, easy-to-understand English.

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The writer, whose The Message: The New Testament in Contemporary English (NavPress, 1993) is a paraphrase of the New Testament, now applies the same method to the Old Testament book of Psalms. In a ... Read full review

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Eugene H. Peterson, author of The Message, a bestselling translation of the Bible, is professor emeritus of spiritual theology at Regent College, British Columbia, and the author of over thirty books. He and his wife, Jan, live in Montana.

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