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The Song of Songs: A Revised Translation with Introduction and Commentary
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The Song of Songs: A Revised Translation with Introduction and Commentary

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Macmillan and Co. 1862

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$11.99

Overview

Defending the view that the Song of Songs’ theme is that of the mutual love of the incarnate song of God and his redeemed church, Joseph Thrupp begins this work with an in-depth discussion on the other varying interpretations. Thrupp then provides astute verse-by-verse commentary on all eight chapters of Solomon’s Song.

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Key Features

  • Addresses several common questions that arise when reading this unique biblical text
  • Includes an extensive introduction that examines alternate interpretations
  • Provides material well suited for students and pastors

Contents

  • The Anticipation, 1:2–2:7
  • The Awaiting, 2:8–3:5
  • The Espousal and Its Results, 3:6–5:1
  • The Absence, 5:2–8
  • The Presence, 5:9–8:4
  • Love’s Triumph, 8:5–12
  • The Conclusion, 8:13, 14

Praise for the Print Edition

We are highly pleased with this work. It defends the usual Christian interpretation by the conclusions of sober criticism, and shows that the spiritual sense is confirmed by the investigations of modern scholarship. In the introduction the author deals heavy blows at the skeptical school, and at those who content themselves with imputing a merely moral meaning to the blessed canticle of love.

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

Product Details

  • Title: The Song of Songs: A Revised Translation with Introduction and Commentary
  • Author: Joseph Francis Thrupp
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1862
  • Pages: 284

About Joseph Francis Thrupp

Joseph Francis Thrupp (1827–1867) was born in Guildford, England, and educated at Trinity College, Cambridge in 1849. He contributed to the Speaker’s Commentary, and his other works include Ancient Jerusalem and Introduction to the Psalms.