Additional Resources for Psalm 8 by King James Version of the Bible

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Dahood, Mitchell, Psalms I: 1-50, Garden City, NY: 1956. This is Volume 16 of the thirty-eight volume Anchor Bible commentary set. In this book Psalm 8 is accompanied by four pages of notes that refer to previous translations, cross-references, and related literature.

Fosdick, Harry Emerson, A Guide to Understanding the Bible: The Development of Ideas Within the Old and New Testament, New York: Harper Torchbooks, 1956.

Fosdick offers a chronology of the ideas according to categories: "The Idea of Right and Wrong," "The Idea of Man," "The Idea of God," etc.

Frye, Northrop, The Great Code: The Bible and Literature, New York: Harcourt, Brace Jovanovich, 1982.

Frye, one of the most respected literary critics of modern times, examines the Bible, not as literature, but as a historically significant document that uses many literary techniques.

Gabel, John B., and Charles B. Wheeler, The Bible as Literature: An Introduction, New York:Oxford University Press...

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