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The Song of Fourteen Songs
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The Song of Fourteen Songs


JSOT Press 1986

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Michael D. Goulder argues for a literal reading of the Song of Solomon in this critical interpretation. He presents a new translation of the text and sees it as a narrative written by one authoroutlining the courtship, marriage, and consummation of a king and his bride. The Song of Fourteen Songs seeks the original intent of the text and uses a literary and contextual approach. Goulder outlines the various sections and offers a commentary throughout, ending with an overall discussion on the date of the writing, love and sex, and Hebrew culture. 

Key Features

  • Critical interpretations of the Song of Solomon
  • Ideal for students and professors
  • Includes helpful notes and cross-references for further study
  • Includes notes, a bibliography, and an index of references

Product Details

  • Title: The Song of Fourteen Songs
  • Author: Michael D. Goulder
  • Publisher: JSOT Press
  • Publication Date: 1986
  • Pages: 104

About Michael D. Goulder

Michael D. Goulder, formerly Professor of Biblical Studies, University of Birmingham, is the author of many books—including St. Paul versus St. Peter: A Tale of Two Missions.

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