My Digital Seminary

Menu Menu

Tag: Andrew Streett

Psalm 80: the Most Neglected Messianic Psalm?

Psalm 80 LogosIn The Vine and the Son of Man (my review), Andrew Streett reveals Psalm 80 as an overlooked but important contribution to the Messianic portrait in both the Old and New Testaments. He considers the role of the Psalm within the Psalter, as an influence behind Daniel 7, its interpretation in Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism, and then the New Testament in Mark’s Gospel, the Parable of the Wicked Tenants (Mk 12) and Jesus’ true vine discourse in John 15.

 » Read the entire post: Psalm 80: the Most Neglected Messianic Psalm?  »

Review: The Vine and the Son of Man by Andrew Streett

The Vine and the Son of ManAn entire 232-page book on one 19-verse Psalm? If that sounds unbearably dull then you may be surprised. The Vine and the Son of ManAndrew Streett’s revised doctoral dissertation reproduced through Fortress Press’ Emerging Scholars series – is a prime example of the cornucopia of fruits one can reap from a close and careful study of the Word. Streett plumbs the depths of the oft-overlooked Psalm 80, paying a close attention to how it became interpreted eschatologically and messianically in the completed Psalter, the OT, Second Temple literature, and the NT.

 » Read the entire post: Review: The Vine and the Son of Man by Andrew Streett  »

May Review Books

May 2014 Review BooksWith CCBCY semester finished, Tasha, Isa and I are all in visiting our family in Washington. A trip to the USA always includes new books, and here are the first fruits that were waiting for me when we arrived. Thanks to Alban, Fortress Press, and Hendrickson for providing review copies of the below books.

 » Read the entire post: May Review Books  »