Emotional Subjectivity in Teaching/Preaching the Psalms

R. Larry Overstreet | November 23, 2015

A frequently overlooked, and crucial, element in the exposition of the Psalms is the intended emotional subjectivity of poetry. This emotional subjectivity can make rigid structural analysis less important than in other genres of literature. Approaching the Psalms with this recognition will greatly assist expositors in understanding the Psalms and communicating them.

Vol. 26, no. 2 (Fall 2015)

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Overstreet, R. Larry. "Emotional Subjectivity in Teaching/Preaching the Psalms." The Master's Seminary Journal 26, no. 2 (Fall 2015): .