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Thomas Merton, one of the best-read writers on religious matters of this century, wrote a brief book in 1956 called Praying the Psalms that is still in print. It reflects Merton's thoughtful blend of Christianity with Zen Buddhism.

Dover Thrift Editions published a copy of The Book of Psalms that is available for under one and a half dollars.

Poet Stephen Mitchell translated fifty of the best-known psalms from their ancient Hebrew sources and published them under the title A Book of Psalms in 1994. His interpretations are graceful and enlightening.

Gwendolyn  Sims  Warren's   1998  collection Ev'ry Time I Feel the Spirit: 101 Best-Loved Psalms, Gospel Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the African-American Church (published by Henry Holt) draws the connection from the Book of Psalms to contemporary religious music.

The Abbey Psalter: The Book of Psalms Used by the Trappist Monks of the...

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