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Sparked by phrases from the book of Psalms, these poems question and occasionally affirm our everyday ideas about life, mortality, the afterlife, God, family, and belief. In vigorous contemporary language—complaining, lamenting, and wisecracking on everything from Job's wife to baseball, crows to angels, circus elephants to Mary Magdalene—but in traditional form, these sonnets, or little songs, "speak what we feel, not what we ought to say." [From the publisher]
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Psalms, poetry, Bible
Biblical Studies | Christianity | Poetry | Religion
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Gramm, Kent. Psalms for Skeptics (100-150). Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2014.
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