Endorsements & Reviews-
"This book provides a fascinating sample of the insights to be gained through the application of reception history to a specific biblical text . . . The span of the articles is encompassing, treating interpretation of Psalm 29 by early and medieval rabbis, the church fathers and medieval Christianity, Syrian Christianity, Luther, Calvin, and indigenous churches in Nigeria . . . Overall, this is an impressive and engaging collection of essays, well-rounded and informative to both scholars and lay readers."
--Alan J. Hauser,
Appalachian State University
"If you think you know all there is to know about Psalm 29, read this book! If you think that the true meaning of this or any other piece of Scripture is finite, knowable only by experts (ecclesiastical or otherwise), and eternal--by all means read this book! The essays are focused, informative, interesting, useful, and reader-friendly. Recommended for multiple readerships and settings, from AP high school courses to Elder Hostel programs."
--W. Boyd Barrick
Montana State University--Billings