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    Psalms quoted in the New Testament

    Does anyone know where I can get a list of all the Psalm verses quoted or specifically alluded to in the New Testament?
    Member, Reformed Presbyterian (RPCNA)

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    Phil Derksen
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    Kansas City, MO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil D. View Post
    Good Resource Phil... Thanks.
    Member - Presbyterian Reformed Church, Columbus, Indiana

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    Oct 2009
    Yes, those are helpful links. Thanks.

    To go beyond direct quotations, and include clear allusions, there simply is no resource like the incredible Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament. The Scripture index in the back would give you what you ask for and more. The list is massive.

    Of course, that doesn't help if you don't have the book and need it now. And aquiring the book will set you back some serious change. But as a long-term investment I highly recommend it. It's one of my most used reference works.

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    Mar 2008
    Get Logos if you can afford it, the bible study edition contains this resource "Old Testament Quotes in the New Testament (HCSB)"
    Jonathan (Pastor, Salem Baptist, Cambs, UK. Grace Baptist [BCF 1689])

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    There is also a list in the back of the RPCNA Psalter, "The Book of Psalms for Singing."
    Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland
    Houston, Texas


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