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An Invitation to Intimacy
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The Song Of Solomon : Preaching the Word
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While this biblical text has been subject to a broader range of interpretation probably than any other book in the Bible, Wisdom Literature expert Doug O’Donnell offers this comprehensible guide to help uncoil its complexities and solve its riddles. He explores the poetry, themes, and wisdom of this song from a Christo-centric perspective, and gives us a profound, rich, and witty reflection that encourages right thinking and behaviour.
Showing how this “song of songs” is meant to teach us about biblical sexuality and God’s heart for his people, O’Donnell elucidates on the greatest subject of all time—love.
Exploring the poetry, themes, and wisdom of this song from a Christocentric perspective, O'Donnell elucidates on the greatest subject of all time-love. Part of the Preaching the Word series-known for its clear exposition and accessibility.
The Song Of Solomon : Preaching the Word by Douglas Sean O'Donnell was published by Crossway in November 2012 and is our 46753rd best seller. The ISBN for The Song Of Solomon : Preaching the Word is 9781433523380.
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|Page last updated||28th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Douglas Sean O'Donnell|
|Publisher||Crossway (November 2012)|
|Number of Pages||192|