Goldingay argues that apparent ambiguities at the beginning of Psalm 4 can be resolved and become clear by reading the latter part of the psalm. He compares the reading of this psalm with the understanding of a sentence, which cannot be done until we have reached the end of it.
What is the Christian approach to the study of the Old Testament? Are there specific characteristics involved in the study? This article surveys a number of features of what he sees as a typical Christian approach to a reading and teaching of the Old Testament.
This chapter presents a detailed exegesis of Psalm 90.