In this commentary, Philip Eveson brings his skills as an Old Testament scholar, blended with a warm pastor’s heart to produce a work that will serve the student, the preacher/teacher and the devotional reader equally well.
‘As in his commentary on Genesis, Philip Eveson has done a superb work in his two-volume Commentary on the Psalms. He has provided a treasury of food for the soul as well as fodder for the preacher. Eveson indicates awareness of critical questions along the way regarding the Psalms, but never at the expense of rich insight arising from solid exegesis. He does his own work well, never simply re-hashing what others have already said. Among the many commentaries old and new available on the Psalms, Eveson’s work ranks right at the top. Highly recommended.’
O. Palmer Robertson Director and vice chancellor of African Bible College in Uganda.
“This is one of the most clearly and carefully Christian contemporary commentaries on the Psalms. I warmly commend it.” Christopher Ash, Writer-in-Residence at Tyndale House
Philip Eveson is a former Principal of the London Theological Seminary (LTS) and was one of the four original faculty members. The subjects he has taught at LTS have included the Biblical Languages, Exegesis and Theology and preaching the Old Testament. He has pastored churches in South Wales and London and travelled worldwide lecturing and preaching. Though retired he is active in preaching and writing, and entertaining his four grandchildren. His commentaries on Genesis (2001) and Leviticus (2007) are published by EP in the Welwyn Commentary Series and he is the author of the EP Bitesize Biography of Matthew Henry.