The last portion of the book of Psalms begins with Psalm 100 and culminates in the unrestrained praise found in Psalm 150. In between are Psalms of confession, lament, and the lengthy acrostic on the law found in Psalm 119. In the final volume of his 3-volume commentary on the Psalms, Robert L. Alden explains the significance and relevance of these Psalms for today.
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Robert L. Alden (A.B., Barrington College; B.D., Westminister Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion) was professor of Old Testament at Denver Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary. He taught a wide range of courses related to Old Testament studies and traveled extensively in Israel.