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The original intent of this two-volume resource was that A. C. Jennings would write commentary for the odd-numbered Psalms and W. H. Lowe would address the even-numbered. As Lowe became too busy to complete the endeavor, the resource became primarily the culmination of Jennings' writings, with just a few contributions interspersed by Lowe. This commentary on Psalms offers a thorough look at the stylistic nuances of Hebrew poetry, studies on the original Hebrew text, and the writings of the Psalms as they relate to the New Testament.
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A. C. Jennings, a biblical scholar, writer, and professor of the nineteenth century, was also the vicar of Whittlesford.
W. H. Lowe was a nineteenth century minister and theologian, and was Hebrew Lecturer of Christ's College, Cambridge.