Matrix, Form, and Setting
By Will Soli
Will Soli begins his study of Psalm 119 with a quotation in which St. Augustine confesses that when he was writing his commentary on the psalms he "put off the 119th Psalm" not only because of its length, but because "the psalm does not even seem to need an expositor." Soli's study of Psalm 119 illustrates Augustine's further observation that, although so much of the psalm seems to be self-evident, yet there is a depth which is "fathomable by few."
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edited by Corrine Carvalho, John L. McLaughlin
Oct 2021 - Catholic Biblical Association
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