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OT 5/13/2009 Antithetic parallelism: PS 1:6 Metaphoric parallelsism ps 1:4 o But this is not ture of the wicked o They are like worthless chaff, scattered by the wind. o One lines tells you what it is and then it gives you the metaphore and similie. Synthetic – does not parallelism o So many are saying o God will never rescure them. – abcdef Types of psalms o Sitz im leben – the situation of life o Psalms of praise ps 136 Praiseworthy, happy. o Psalms of lament ps 13, 22 grief o Wisdom psalms ps 1, 73 obvious o Imprecatory psalms ps 137 Psalms that aren’t so nice. o Psalms of ascent ps 124 Psalms were sung in the temple. Three pilgramiage feast. On the way to jeursalem they would sing the psalms of pilgrimage, the psalms of ascent since they were asceneding to Jerusalem. o Acrostics ps 119. Key, layalam hastoe Because forever lasting love. About half of the psalms are lamenting…sorrowful psalms. The people who wrote those psalms are sinners.
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course BI 104 taught by Professor Parret during the Fall '08 term at Gordon MA.

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