... a book that you want to make time for and what is more, it's a book that both looks and feels good... a joy to read and one that will be re-read... combines theological and scholarly depth with an easy style that makes this a book suitable for academic study, sermon preparation and personal devotion and edification.
The Rutherford Journal of Church & Ministry
This is a volume that is written with reverence, care and clarity, and is a significant addition to evangelical literature on the Psalms.
John L. Mackay, (1948–2018) Professor of Old Testament (1983–2013), Free Church College, Edinburgh
... an excellent overview of the longest book in the Old Testament. It interacts with all the latest research, distils it, and shows the practical ministry implications.
Lee Gatiss- Churchman Journal
... stimulation and edifying, providing both information and inspiration for the preacher.
"Written with both clarity and conviction, this study offers many fresh insights, while throughout affirming passionately the great central truths of the Christian faith."
T. Desmond Alexander, Senior Lecturer in Biblical Studies, Union Theological College, Belfast, Northern Ireland
"Geoffrey Grogan's name is sufficient to guarantee a quality work, a high doctrine of Scripture and impeccable scholarship. This very full introduction to the Book of Psalms makes one hope that the author has in mind a full-scale commentary to follow."
Alec Motyer, (1924–2016) Well known Bible expositor and commentary writer
"Combines sound scholarship, illuminating insight, thoughtful reflection with a faithful concern for highlighting the pastoral relevance of the Book of Psalms to the Christian's life in the real world."