Song of Songs

Shoshanna Walker rosewalk at concentric.net
Wed Jan 2 11:14:00 EST 2002


Jewish tradition holds that it was written by King Solomon, and refers to
the relationship between G-d and Israel


http://www.ou.org/chagim/pesach/shir.htm


http://www.wujs.org.il/activist/learning/guide/ketuvim.shtml


http://faculty.niagara.edu/boxer/essays/rel/WJB99/megilla.htm



>
> I read a very good commentary on it not too long ago and the author
> discussed the history of it. I think you'll find the discussion at the
front
> of most any commentary, but the one I read was from, I believe, either NAV
> press or IVP. The author felt it was canonical [to christians]. His
> interpretation, though, was not an attempt to allegorize it as a torrid
> divine love affair, but rather a celebration of human sexual love.
>
> Bill Ross
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