Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Ros Clark on Song of Songs

WTS-Philly grad and current HTC Ph.D student, Ros Clarke, has a big and juicy essay on Song of Songs at BeginningwithMoses.com. She concludes: "The Song provokes a greater love for Christ, a deeper admiration for the land, a more passionate desire for the consummation of our marriage, a more confident assurance in our beloved status and a more patient endurance as we wait for our coming king. Perhaps if we understood this better, we might begin to see a resurgence in the pulpit popularity of this, the greatest of all songs".

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