St. Augustine on the Psalms, Volume 2
"Saint Augustine shows in simple, forceful language that the psalms...are also part of the first phase of Christ's revelation, pointing toward the future. Since the saint was talking to his parishioners, his approach is concrete and leisurely."--Jubilee Psalms 30-37 are treated here.
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