When God Becomes My Enemy: The Theology of the Complaint Psalms

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This unique book studies the literary features, history, and message of Psalms 6, 44, 74, 88, and 90 from a textual linguistic, philological, and poetic perspective. The author explores the tensions in the biblical portrait of God as angry and wrathful and gracious and compassionate, probing the psalms' rich theology in praise of God the Creator and Savior.

When God Becomes My Enemy: The Theology of the Complaint Psalms 1997, Concordia Academic Press, Saint Louis, MO

ISBN-13: 9780570042631

Greek, Modern (1453- )

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