The new edition of Songs of Zion by Michael Bushell is now available

The long anticipated new (fourth) edition of Songs of Zion by Michael Bushell is now available here  in softcover and here in hardback. The website also provides a preview of the book. This is a wonderful contemporary treatment of the debate over Psalm singing. Bushell covers almost everything from history to exegetical issues.

Here is the product information:

ISBN: 978-0-9830154-1-3
Copyright: Michael Bushell (Standard Copyright License)
Edition: Fourth Edition
Publisher: NorfolkPress
Published: May 23, 2011
Language: English
Pages: 329
Binding; Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink: Black & white
Dimensions (inches): 6.0 wide × 9.0 tall

I am looking forward to seeing what had been added to this new edition. Let us hear your thoughts.


8 thoughts on “The new edition of Songs of Zion by Michael Bushell is now available”

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  2. Mark,

    I have heard of this book before. But i would like to know a bit about the Author. Who is Michael Bushell? To which denomination does he belong to? Is he a Scholar in this area? Please let me know about these questions and any other information which may be relevant.


  3. Here a section of an interview of Mr. Bushell found here:
    “Bible Software Review: By way of an introduction, please give us any personal information you’d like to share with our readers.

    Michael Bushell: My name is Michael Bushell. I am the owner and lead programmer for BibleWorks. I became a Christian while in Grad School studying physics back in Texas. That was some 35 years ago. After grad school I went to seminary (Covenant Seminary in St. Louis and Westminster in Philadelphia). I eventually settled in a job working in nuclear weapons effects for the DoD in the Washington, D.C. area. I was there some 18 years, until about 6 years ago when I left that job to devote myself full time to BibleWorks. I am currently in the Presbyterian Church in America, though most of my Christian experience was in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.”

  4. I am looking forward to getting my copy of the new edition. I think it is the best overall and comprehensive book on the subject.

  5. Got my copy yesterday. I wish I had time to dig into it but it will have to wait for a while. Too many projects!

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