Christ in the Psalms

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Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon
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By Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon.

Christ in the Psalms takes the reader on a thought-provoking and enlightening pilgrimage through this beloved prayer book of the Church. Lively and highly devotional, this book holds a wealth of insight into the beloved Scriptures, the world of the Early Church, and the Apostles themselves, who constantly used and referred to the Psalms in their own writings. Appropriate for Great Lent or any other time of the year.

Patrick Henry Reardon is pastor of All Saints' Orthodox Church in Chicago, Illinois, and a senior editor of Touchstone. He is the author of Christ in His Saints, The Trial of Job, Creation and the Patriarchal Histories, as well as more than 500 articles, editorials, and reviews, published in Books and Culture, Touchstone, The Scottish Journal of Theology, The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, Pro Ecclesia, St. Vladimir's Theological Quarterly, and other journals on three continents.

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  • 5
    Great for beginners

    Posted by Monica Ibrahim on May 22nd 2019

    It’s has enlightened my reading of the psalms in ways I didn’t expect. The writing style is Simple, succinct and informative. It makes a apparent the need to pray with the psalms daily.

  • 5
    Great offering

    Posted by JBH on Jul 15th 2016

    I'm glad you are adding more titles to the e-book catalog. I recently bought Reclaiming the Atonement by Patrick Henry Reardon in hard cover so my own personal library is beginning to take shape.

  • 5
    A clear explanation of the Psalter

    Posted by Constantine on Mar 8th 2016

    I find the Psalter hard to read. I have the Orthodox Study Bible and although it offers a great starting point, I was looking for more. I felt that if St. John Chrysostom advises the psalter to be read daily, it warrants my effort to understand that which I read. Fr. Reardon's book helps me achieve just that. It takes each psalm and talks about "the hidden things". I have a copy of the psalter and am presently making margin notes in line with the comments in this book. It is the most comprehensive and yet single book discussion I have found. It never occurred to me to view the Psalter as the battle hymns for the Church Militant (the Orthodox Church in this world) and am grateful for the change of perspective.