The Song of Songs Paperback
Exploring the Divine Romance
by Charlie Cleverly;
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The Song of Songs
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- For anyone wanting to understand the rich poetry of the Song of Songs
- This wide-reaching book takes various approaches to understanding this layered book of the Bible
- Perfect for putting in context that book of sensual poetry which sits at the heart of the Bible
The Song of Songs is redolent with poetic imagery, featuring as it does the love songs of a man and a woman as they explore their relationship.
Down the centuries it has often been interpreted either as a sexually-charged love story or an entirely metaphorical imagining of the relationship between God and his people.
In this deeply-felt book Charlie Cleverly argues that both interpretations are critical to a true understanding of this book that lies right at the heart of the Bible.
If our relationships with one another and with God are not both fully in tune with our humanity, in all its richness, and with our spirituality in its highest form, then we will fall short of all we can be in our lives. Drawing on a wide range of sources, literary and theological and across the ages, Charlie Cleverly makes the case for a new, rounded understanding of this important book.
The Song of Songs by Charlie Cleverly was published by Hodder & Stoughton in July 2015 and is our 6532nd best seller. The ISBN for The Song of Songs is 9781444702040.
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Details for The Song of Songs
|Author / Artist||Charlie Cleverly|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton (July 2015)|
|Number of Pages||336|
|Page last updated||28th August 2017|