The Book of Psalms is a book in the Hebrew and Christian bibles that contains a collection of song lyrics with religious themes. Scholars believe a variety of authors wrote the psalms over a large span of time, with many... More »

The Book of Psalms is estimated to have been written between 1440 BC and 586 BC. The Book of Psalms has several different authors and the content was written over an extended period of time. More »

King David, Moses, Heman the Ezrhaite, Ethan the Ezrhaite, King Solomon, Asaph and the sons of Korah are named as authors of many of the Psalms. Several of the Psalms are not attributed to a writer. More »

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