Christianity and the Book of Psalms
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This paper examines the Biblical Book of Psalms and its role in Christian religious belief and practice. The paper gives a brief historical background of Christianity from its origins until modern times. The paper also describes the various sects of Christianity. The author states that despite variances in outlook, all denominations of Christianity hold the Book of Psalms as central in their liturgy and as a means of strengthening faith.
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- George, Timothy. (23 October 1995). What We Mean When We Say, It's True. Christianity Today.
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