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  • Submitted: Sep 06 2018 05:53 AM
  • Last Updated: Oct 30 2018 06:47 AM
  • File Size: 78.72MB
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  • Downloads: 309
  • Author: Joseph A. Alexander
  • e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
  • Tab Name: PSALMS (.cmtx), PSALMS2 (.cmti module)

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e-Sword 9+ Module Download:
Download Psalms by Joseph A. Alexander 1.0

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Old Testament OT Wisdom (Poetry) Scripture Biblical Studies Psalm

Author:
Joseph A. Alexander

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

Tab Name:
PSALMS (.cmtx), PSALMS2 (.cmti module)

This is the Commentary on Psalms ©1850 by Joseph A.
Alexander.



Joseph Addison Alexander (24 April 1809 – 28 January
1860) was
an American biblical scholar. He was born in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
the third son of Archibald
Alexander and brother to James Waddel Alexander and
William Cowper Alexander.



He graduated at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton
University) in 1826, having devoted himself especially to the
study of Hebrew and other languages.
From 1830 to 1833,
he was adjunct professor of ancient languages and literature
at Princeton. In 1834, he became an assistant to Dr. Charles
Hodge,
professor of oriental and biblical literature in the Princeton
Theological Seminary, and in 1838,
he became associate
professor of oriental and biblical literature there, succeeding Dr.
Hodge in that chair in 1840 and being transferred in 1851 to the
chair of biblical and ecclesiastical history, and in 1859 to that of
Hellenistic and New Testament literature, which he occupied until
his death at Princeton in 1860.
Alexander was a remarkable
linguist and exegete. He had been ordained as a Presbyterian
minister
in 1839, and was well known for his pulpit eloquence.

He was the author of The Earlier Prophecies of Isaiah (1846),
The Later Prophecies of Isaiah (1847), and an abbreviation of
these two volumes, isaiah Illustrated and explained (2 vols., 1851),

The Psalms Translated and Explained (3 vols., 1850), commentaries
on Acts (2 vols., 1857)
Mark (1858) and Matthew (1860), and two
volumes of Sermons (1860)


The Current update 10/30/2018
Now includes Psalms 1-150.
The .cmtx module and the .cmti (HD) module are both complete.

The TAB name for this .cmti module is 'PSALMS2'.....The TAB name
for the .cmtx module is 'PSALMS'.


Currently, these Commentary Notes are located in the
Chapter notes.

These files are based on the PDF file downloaded from
Archive.org and is a pretty rough copy, which I converted
to .docx format, so there are a lot of typos to overcome.
e-Sword Users: Send me a message if you find any
significant errors and/or if a Tooltip Scripture Reference
is incorrect. I will make the necessary corrections and
re-upload this module...

What's New in Version 1.0 (See full changelog)

  • 9/06/18 Uploaded Psalms 1-3. More to come
  • 9/08/18 Added Psalms 4-6 and Preface to Psalms.
  • 9/09/18 Added Psalms 7-10.
  • 9/10/18 Added Psalms 11-12.
  • 9/11/18 Added Psalms 13-18.
  • 9/12/18 Added Psalms 19-26.
  • 9/13/18 Added Psalms 27-28.
  • 9/13/18 Added new HD/cmti Version w/ graphics
  • 9/14/18 Added Psalms 29.
  • 9/15/18 Added Psalms 30-31.
  • 9/15/18 Added Psalms 32-33.
  • 9/17/18 Added Psalms 34-37.
  • 9/18/18 Added Psalms 38-40.
  • 9/19/18 Added Psalms 41-44.
  • 9/20/18 Added Psalms 45.
  • 9/21/18 Added Psalms 46-48.
  • 9/22/18 Added Psalms 49-50.
  • 9/23/18 Added Psalms 51-52.
  • 9/24/18 Added Psalms 53-55.
  • 0/25/18 Added Psalms 56.
  • 9/26/18 Added Psalms 57-60.
  • 9/27/18 Added Psalms 61-65.
  • 9/28/18 Added Psalms 66-69.
  • 9/29/18 Added Psalms 70.
  • 9/29/18 Added .cmti HD version for Psalms 1-70.
  • 9/30/18 Added Psalms 71-72.
  • 10/01/18 Added Psalms 73-75.
  • 10/02/18 Added Psalms 76-78.
  • 10/03/18 Added .cmti version for Psalms 1-78.
  • 10/04/18 Added Psalms 79-82.
  • 10/04/18 Added .cmti version for Psalms 1-82.
  • 10/05/18 Added Psalms 83-85.
  • 10/05/18 Added .cmti version for Psalms 1-85.
  • 10/06/18 Added Psalms 86-88.
  • 10/06/18 Added .cmti version for Psalms 1-87.
  • 10/07/18 Added Psalms 89-91.
  • 10/07/18 Added .cmti version for Psalms 1-90.
  • 10/08/18 Added Psalms 92-98.
  • 10/08/18 Added .cmti version for Psalms 1-95.
  • 10/09/18 Added Psalms 99-102.
  • 10/10/18 Added Psalms 103-106.
  • 10/11/18 Added Psalms 107-108.
  • 10/12/18 Added Psalms 109.
  • 10/13/18 Added Psalms 110-111.
  • 10/14/18 Added Psalms 112-117.
  • 10/15/18 Added Psalms 118.
  • 10/15/18 Added .cmti version for Psalms 1-118.
  • 10/16/18 Added Psalms 119.
  • 10/16/18 Added .cmti version for Psalms 1-119.
  • 10/17/18 Added Psalms 120-132 (.cmtx module).
  • 10/24/18 Completed Formatting Psalms 120-132.
  • 10/25/18 Added Psalms 133-135 (.cmtx module).
  • 10/26/18 Added Psalms 136-138 (.cmtx module).
  • 10/27/18 Added Psalms 139-140 (.cmtx module).
  • 10/28/18 Added Psalms 141-146 (.cmtx module).
  • 10/29/18 Added Psalms 147-150 (.cmtx module).
  • 10/29/18 Completed .cmti module thru Psa 150.
  • 10/30/18 The Commentary is now Complete.....


Please, what's the difference between cmti and cmtx, in a few words? Thanks

To: johanseb,   .A cmtx module is basically a commentary file for versions of e-Sword prior to Ver. 11.0.  They do not have the features of a .cmti module.  Both .cmtx and .cmti modules will run in e-sword ver. 11.0 or greater.  However, a .cmti file has capibilities that a .cmti module doesn't.  Simply put, a .cmti features contains .HTML coding found on Web Pages.   This includes among other things, internal and external links  and the use of Graphics and Tables.  In other words, something that is not available in a regular .cmtx module that most e-Sword users are familiar with.  Both run in e-Sword ver 11.0 or greater.  Both types of modules can be created from within the NT Tooltip Editor.  From within the Tooltip Editor (available from Biblesupport.com), select  ModulesHD to create a .cmti modules with Links and Graphics capabilities.  I'm fairly new at using these HTML features in creating a .cmti(HD) module for e-Sword.  But in e-Sword, it's like e-Sword on Steroids.  Some of the fancy features that are available with HTML coding and programming are available when creatiing a .cmti module.  These features are not available when creating a .cmtx module.  In e-Sword they kinda(sorta) look the same, but when you add the Links and Graphics capability (as in displaying MAPS, etc...) to a Verse-by-Verse Commentary, or a Reference Work (.refi module)  there is a world of difference, when you consider the fact that you can do so much more with a .cmti (HD) module.

djmarko53: really appreciate you message! Thanks, and also for your time/trouble!

blessings!!!

Ditto that!  May you have a "blessed" day...


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