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The Song of Solomon Compared with Other Parts of Scripture
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The Song of Solomon Compared with Other Parts of Scripture


J. Nisbet & Co. 1852

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In this classic work by A. L. Newton, every passage from the Song of Songs is illustrated by quotations from other parts of the Bible, and then deftly commented upon.

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Key Features

  • Commands the attention of the reader with insightful and intelligent commentary
  • Illustrates the Song of Solomon with examples from other portions of the Bible
  • Provides material well suited for pastors and students

Praise for the Print Edition

Miss Newton’s book is very dear to spiritual minds; it is full of that quiet power which comes from the spirit of God through deep experience and precious fellowship with the well-beloved.

Charles Spurgeon, pastor, founder, Pastor’s College (Spurgeon’s College), London

It is unquestionably the result of much care and diligent searching of the Scriptures. We are sure that the pious reader will be please with it. The Christian minister will find it of advantage to him in lecturing on this interesting portion of Scripture.

The Evangelical Repository

Product Details

  • Title: The Song of Solomon Compared with Other Parts of Scripture
  • Author: A. L. Newton
  • Publisher: James Nisbet and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1852
  • Pages: 230

About Adelaide Leaper Newton

Adelaide Leaper Newton (1824–1854) was born at Leylands, near Derby. At the age of 22, she contracted an illness and was bedridden for the rest of her short life. During this time, she authored The Epistle to the Hebrews Compared with the Old Testament, The Heavenly Life, Sabbath Hours, and The Eternal Purposes of God.