A psalm a day helps you work, rest, and pray

Top 10 Posts

In 10th Place: T. S. Eliot and Reading the Psalms.

In 9th Place: The Journey Motif in Life, Art and Scripture.

In 8th Place: Psalm 1 and 2 as an Introduction to the Psalter.

In 7th Place: Book Review—From Whom No Secrets Are Hid: Introducing the Psalms.

In 6th Place: Psalms of Ascents: Psalms 120–134.

In 5th Place: Book Review—Psalms 1 and 2: Gateway to the Psalter by Robert Cole.

In 4th Place: Psalms for the New Year.

In 3rd Place: Acrostic Psalms.

In 2nd Place: Book Review—‘Psalms—New Cambridge Bible Commentary’, by Walter Brueggemann and William H. Bellinger, Jr.

In First Place: The Psalter’s Structure: Macrostructure.

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About Me

This blog’s central aim is to explore all aspects of how the Psalter (the biblical psalms) functions as Scripture today.

To this end it will also include book reviews on the Book of Psalms and related topics.

Some posts will reflect more broadly on biblical interpretation or hermeneutics.

If you like what you see here and want to arrange for me to give a lecture, run a teaching event or a short retreat based around The Psalms then contact me so we can discuss how this might work.

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