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The Pulpit Commentary (Classic Reprint)

There I bno book of Scripture on whicli more commentaries have been written and more diversities of opinion expressed than this short poem of eight chapters. That it was held in great veneration by ancient Jewish autliorities; that it was received as part of the canon of the Old Testament, not only by the Jews but by all the early Christian writers, with very few and insignificant exceptions; that...

Paperback: 242 pages
Publisher: Forgotten Books (July 9, 2012)
Language: English
ASIN: B008QD9TNM
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 2638357
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“I do not care for some of the newer commentaries, they seem to stray at times from God's Word. While this is a little hard to adjust to in one sense, it is a clarion call for intelligent research and seeking of God's direction....”

it is acknowledged by those who are entirely disagreed as to its interpretation to possess features of extraordinnry literary excellence, and to be not unworthy, as a compnsition, of the wise king whose name it bears, are reasons amply siifficieat to justify the largest amount of attention which can be given to it, and to condemn the neglect to which it has been consigned by a great proportion of the Christian Church in modern times. There are difficulties which still beset the interpreter of its meaning; but they are not insuperable. The ingenuity of theorists must be put aside; tne fanatical prejudices of allegorists must be disregarded; the solid facts of the case must be kept in view, such as the undoubted canonicity of the book and the almost universal feeling of both +he Jewish and Christian Churches that there is valuable spiritual truth conveyed in it. Under such conditions it is not impossible to find an intermediate ground on which to stand, on the one side recognizing the distinctly human characteristics of the work, outhe other tracing in it the marks ot inspiration, so that it shall be retained as a genuine portion of the Word of God. We propose in this Introduction to lay before the reader the results which have been carefully gathered by the ablest modern commentators on the questions of authorship and date, form and method, meaning and purpose. 1. Authorship and Date. The title is not decisive, The Song of Songs, which is Solomon s. It may be later(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)