This beautiful edition of the Psalter is based on the King James translation from the Hebrew text, but has been corrected against the Septuagint Greek text accepted by the Orthodox Church. Full-color iconography and ornamental artwork adorn the book throughout. It also includes the nine Biblical Odes, along with a chart explaining how to read the Psalms according to the usage of the Church throughout the year.
Arranged and compiled by Michael Asser.
Softcover, 288 pp.
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