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In the Garden of Eden, God walked with Adam and Eve face to face—then the fall separated us. The Psalms are God's gift to us to help reestablish contact, understand his mind and how to connect with him.
Geoffrey Grogan seeks to introduce us to some of the theological dimensions of this important and much loved biblical book such as:
This is a volume that is written with reverence, care and clarity, and is a significant addition to evangelical literature on the Psalms.
—John L MacKay, Principal, Free Church College, Edinburgh
Written with both clarity and conviction, this study offers many fresh insights, while throughout affirming passionately the great central truths of the Christian faith.
—T Desmond Alexander, Union Theological College, Belfast
Geoffrey Grogan's name is sufficient to guarantee a quality work, a high doctrine of Scripture and impeccable scholarship. This very full introduction to the Book of Psalms makes one hope that the author has in mind a full-scale commentary to follow.
—Alec Motyer, Well known Bible expositor and commentary writer
Combines sound scholarship, illuminating insight, thoughtful reflection with a faithful concern for highlighting the pastoral relevance of the Book of Psalms to the Christian's life in the real world.
—Eryl Rowlands, formerly of International Christian College, Glasgow
Geoffrey Grogan (1925-2011) was Principal Emeritus of Glasgow Bible College before it became International Christian College, Glasgow. His theological studies were undertaken there and at the London Bible College. He served the College as a full-time lecturer for fourteen years before going south in 1965 to teach at LBC. In 1969 he returned to Glasgow as principal. He has served on four missionary councils, on the Strathclyde Education Committee, and the Management Committee for the Cambridge University Diploma in Religious Studies. He has written books on the Trinity, the Person of Christ, Paul, the Psalms, and commentaries on Isaiah, Mark, and 2 Corinthians.