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Miserably and Lamentably Stripped: A Found Poem (Holy Week)
One of the most important Austrian poets of the Baroque period, Catharina...
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The Reformation Commentary on Scripture is a series published by IVP Academic intended to recover the wealth of biblical commentary during the time of the Reformation. The series is edited by Timothy George and Scott Manetsch, and it will eventually cover all the books of the bible.
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Christology and Deliverance in the Psalms
Wolfgang Musculus’s (1497-1563) Christological interpretation of Psalm 114 demonstrates an interesting interpretive strategy. As the...
Reformation Commentary | April 8, 2019
Christ the Son and Lord of David
As with most Reformation commentators, Philipp Melanchthon (1497-1560) finds Psalm 110 to be a prophesy...
Reformation Commentary | April 1, 2019
While our Reformation commentators readily found Christological meaning in the Psalms, whether typologically or more...
Reformation Commentary | March 25, 2019
Messianic Expectation and the Psalms
Messianic expectation is a central aspect of Jewish eschatology, and throughout Jewish history, Psalm 95...
Reformation Commentary | March 18, 2019
Reformed commentators tend to find Christ in the Psalms typologically, and that approach to the...
Reformation Commentary | March 11, 2019