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By James G. Murphy / W. F. Draper / 1875
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James G. Murphy, professor and theologian, wrote A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Psalms in order to reach an audience of students, professors, and laity. He believed that the Psalms should be studied both individually and as a whole book, in order to comprehend the full theological impact of these writings. Infused with studies of the original Hebrew verbiage, this resource is a compact yet thorough study of the Psalms.
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James G. Murphy was Professor of Hebrew at Belfast, and author of commentaries on a handful of books of the Old Testament, including Genesis, Exodus, and Leviticus.