PSALM 1A–B (1:1–2:12 as combined and a chiasm): What YHWH Knows about People’s Paths and Plans that will Perish
This article seeks to explore whether a division really exists between Psalm 1 and Psalm 2. The author argues that the presence of a chiasm which extends throughout the two psalms gives potential further evidence for the argument that the two psalms where once part of one continuous literary creation. The themes involve the laws of YHWH and the consequences of breaking these laws both for individuals and for nations.
Marlowe, W. Creighton
"PSALM 1A–B (1:1–2:12 as combined and a chiasm): What YHWH Knows about People’s Paths and Plans that will Perish,"
The Asbury Theological Journal:
1, p. 57-74.
Available at: https://place.asburyseminary.edu/asburyjournal/vol78/iss1/6
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