Table of contents for Psalms through the centuries / Susan Gillingham.

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Series Editors? Preface
Introduction Towards a Reception-History Commentary on the Psalms
Chapter One The Eleventh century BCE to the Fifth Century CE:
 Translation, Exposition, Instruction, Liturgy and the Prophetic Bias. 
(A) Jewish Reception
-From Composition to Compilation and Translation
 -Exposition: the Prophetic Bias
 -Instruction through Imitations of Psalms
(B) Christian Reception
 -The Psalms as Prophecies in the New Testament 
 - The Psalms as Prophecies in the Church Fathers
(C) Liturgical Adapations of the Psalms
-Christian Liturgy
 -Jewish Liturgy 
Chapter Two The Fifth to Eleventh Centuries:
 Liturgy, Exposition, Artistic Representation
(A) Christian Reception
-Exposition, Homily, Translation
-Artistic Representation
(B) Jewish Reception
- Liturgy
-Translation, Exposition, Homily
-Artistic Representation
Chapter Three The Eleventh to Fifteenth Centuries:
 Learning and Discerning
(A) Jewish and Christian Controversies through Exegetical Works
 -Jewish Commentators 
-Christian Commentators 
(B) Christian and Jewish Artists 
-Christian illumination
-Jewish illumination 
(C) Christians and Jews Didactic Works
-Christian writers
-Jewish writers 
(D) Christian and Jewish Liturgy
-Christian adaptations 
-Jewish adaptations
(E) Translation in Christian Tradition 
Chapter Four The Fifteenth to Seventeenth Centuries:
		 Democratisation and Dissemination
(A) Reception as Translation: Christian Responses
		-Commentary, liturgy, homily and translation on the Continent 
 - Liturgy, homily and translation in England and Scotland
(B) Reception as Aesthetic Representation: Jewish and Christian Responses
		-Jewish reception through art and music
 -Christian reception through art, literary imitation and music 
Chapter Five The Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries:
	 Secularisation and Revitalisation 
(A) Christian Responses 
		-Exegetical works 
 -Devotional works 
-Musical reception
-Reception through liturgy 
-Translations of psalmody
(B) Jewish Responses 
-Reception as translation and liturgy 
-Reception as homily and exegesis 
-Aesthetic responses 
Chapter Six The Twentieth to Twenty-First Centuries:
		 Pluralism and Ecumenism
(A) Christian and Jewish Translations of Psalmody
(B) Liturgy and Psalmody in Christian and Jewish Traditions
(C) Exegetical Studies, Christian and Jewish
(D) Devotional Works, Christian and Jewish 
(E) Aesthetic Responses, Christian and Jewish 
Conclusion From Introduction to Commentary

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bible. O.T. Psalms -- Commentaries.