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The Outlines of a New Commentary on Solomon's Song, Drawn by the Help of Instructions from the East
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The Outlines of a New Commentary on Solomon's Song, Drawn by the Help of Instructions from the East

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J. Buckland 1768

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Overview

In The Outlines of a New Commentary on Solomon’s Song, Drawn by the Help of Instructions from the East, Thomas Harmer compares the Song of Songs to other poems from the Near East, including antique Jewish compositions of the same kind. Harmer then puts forth over 70 questions about the Song of Solomon, and then answers them in detail.

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Key Features

  • Offers a unique comparison of the Song of Songs to a myriad of other poems
  • Provides 70 questions and answers based on this compelling and unique book of the Bible
  • Examines the nature, design, and structure of the Song as a foundation for further study of the text

Praise for the Print Edition

. . . one of the most ingenious, modest, and interesting of all the treatises on the outward sense of the Song.

—Moody Stuart

Product Details

  • Title: The Outlines of a New Commentary on Solomon’s Song, Drawn by the Help of Instructions from the East
  • Author: Thomas Harmer
  • Publisher: J. Buckland
  • Publication Date: 1768
  • Pages: 364

About Thomas Harmer

Thomas Harmer (1715–1788) was a minister in Wattesfield, near Bury St. Edmunds, in the county of Suffolk, England. He is also the author of Observations on Various Passages of Scripture and The Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. Thomas Harder.