Psalms 29

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Whereas particular scholar credit king David with the writing of Psalms, this is a misnomer as the books themselves list other individuals as authors including Moses (Tullock, & McEntire, 2012). Moreover, Psalms 29 is an adaptation of a song referring to Baal that transposed the name of God into Baal’s place. This psalm’s initial arrangement relates roughly to the period of 1400 B.C.E. as the time it was composed. Additionally, biblical scholars believe that Psalms 137 ties to the Exilic period of Israel’s existence within roughly within the fifth century.

Moving on, the book of Psalms divides into five portions that correlate with the Torah; these divisions are chapters “1-41, 42-72, 73-89, 90-106, and 107-150” (Tullock, & McEntire, 2012,

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