Publisher: Christian Focus
The Psalms contain the praises of the people. This is the people of Israel's creed. But more than that, they display historical accounts which demonstrate how the people are to put their trust in God. They display the character of God who is majestic, compassionate and our Creator God.
Mentor Commentaries retains a high view of Scripture while interacting with other research from different theological viewpoints.
This volume can be purchased individually, or is also available as part of:
Mentor Commentary Series (13 Vols.) - MNT & MOT
"Allan Harman's commentary is the fruit of a lifetime's study of the Psalter and provides a well-informed, reliable guide to the vast literature on the subject. The extensive introduction is itself worth its weight in gold while the Scripture text is opened up in a clear, careful and devout way."
— Philip H. Eveson, former principal of London Theological Seminary and lecturer in Old Testament exegesis, theology and preaching
"This commentary will be a worthy resource for the pastor and student in the study as well as the layman seeking personal edification." —
Michael Lefebvre, Pastor Christ Church Reformed Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis, Indiana
"The focus is on the original meaning of the psalms with clear explanations of the message of each psalm through an analsysis of structure, key words, and the flow of the psalm. And yet, the meaning of the psalms for God's people today is also emphasized by showing important connections to the New Testament. The reader will discover the rich treasures in the Psalms through the use of this commentary."
— Richard P. Belcher, Jr., John D. and Frances M. Gwin Professor of Old Testament and Academic Dean, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina
has had a life-time interest in exposition of the biblical text. He is Research Professor at the Presbyterian Theological College in Melbourne, Australia. He has lectured and preached in many countries and served as the senior editor of the Reformed Theological Review, Australia's oldest theological journal until he retired at the end of 2013.