You who live in the shelter of the Most High (Ps. 91:1)
The Use of Psalms in Jewish and Christian Traditions
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Biblical Psalms are a common heritage of Jewish and Christian cultures. Serving for the common liturgy of the Jerusalem Temple and individual prayers since biblical times they inspired Hebrew poetical language. The Qumran community, as well as Jewish and Christian communities of Late Antiquity attributed to them a special authority and apotropaic function. Quoted and interpreted in various ways in the New Testament and Rabbinic tradition they had a fundamental role in regular liturgies since the Middle Ages. Referred to in medical texts, recited on pilgrimages and at funeral vigils they represented an important aspect of folk religion and the formation of religious identity. The present volume is intended to show the many ways the Psalms were used and enjoyed a lasting popularity in regular and folk religion, collectively and individually, from antiquity until today.
- Ida Fröhlich (Hg.)
- Dr Ida Fröhlich is professor emerita at the Pázmány Péter Catholic University Budapest, Hungary.
- Nóra Dávid (Hg.)
- Dr Nóra Dávid is senior lecturer at the Department of Ancient History at the University of Szeged, Hungary.
- Gerhard Langer (Hg.)
- Dr. Gerhard Langer ist Professor am Institut für Judaistik an der Universität Wien.