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    Theodoret of Cyrus

    Has anyone here read his Commentary on the Psalms? I am reading sections of it in preparation for a sermon on Psalm 84 and he has some uber dynamite stuff in there. Highly recommend.
    Rev. Benjamin P. Glaser, M. Div, ARP
    Pastor, Ellisville Presbyterian Church, ARP
    Ellisville, Mississippi

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    I think he's the great-grandfather of miley cyrus
    Larry Bray
    Pastor - Association of Charismatic Reformed Churches (ACRC)
    Local Church - Reformed Presbyterian Church of Boothwyn, PCA
    Boothwyn, PA
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    Who's that? I only know the great Billy Ray Cyrus.
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    It's Billy Ray's daughter...other wise known as ... Hannah Montana.
    Larry Bray
    Pastor - Association of Charismatic Reformed Churches (ACRC)
    Local Church - Reformed Presbyterian Church of Boothwyn, PCA
    Boothwyn, PA
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    Christian ritual costs nothing and is worth nothing. True Christian religion costs all that we have and is worth everything.

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    Hi Benjamin,

    I haven't read his Psalms commentary, but I used his "Questions on the Octateuch" as I preached through Genesis and now I use it as I preach through Exodus. It's great. Very Christ-centered and applicable.
    Rev. Daniel R. Hyde, Th.M.
    Pastor, Oceanside United Reformed Church, Carlsbad/Oceanside, California
    http://www.meetthepuritans.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backwoods Presbyterian View Post
    Has anyone here read his Commentary on the Psalms? I am reading sections of it in preparation for a sermon on Psalm 84 and he has some uber dynamite stuff in there. Highly recommend.
    I've read his commentary on the Psalms (2 vols.), his commentaries on the Pauline epistles (including Hebrews, 2 vols.), his The Questions on the Octateuch (Genesis - Ruth, 2 vols), his Commentaries on the Prophets (Jeremiah, Baruch, Lamentations, Ezekiel, including the minor prophets, 3 vols), his Commentary on Daniel, and his Commentary on the Song of Songs, all of which were translated by Robert C. Hill (recently deceased) and published by different publishers.

    DTK

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    He is on my wish list.
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