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By George Harpur / Wertheim, Macintosh, and Hunt / 1862
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Comprised of twenty discourses, this unique volume discusses three Psalms that George Harpur felt belonged into the same classification. The three Psalms—2, 18, and 150—deal with themes of "rebellion, carnage, ruin, and desolation," as Harpur states, and are not often looked at as a grouping. His discourses on these Psalms were originally delivered in sermon format, and when converted to book form. These sermons were supplemented with additional notes by Harpur.
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George Harpur was a theologian and the curate of Clifton and Harby.