Interesting read and food for thought.
In looking back at our adventure through the Song of Songs, I’ve been thinking about some of the different ideas that people have about the book, many of which I mentioned before we got into the text, and some others that were suggested in comments. God’s view of perfect love and intimacy in Christian marriage is a popular one. God’s book of sex in marriage is another popular idea. Too dirty for the church; doesn’t belong in the Canon is an old traditional one.
There are more of course…
Now that we’ve all read through the book, what is actually contained in it?
What is actually in Song of Songs:
Lovers’ fantasies, dreams of romance, erotic imagery, verbal expressions of romantic passion, sexual innuendo, women treated as possessions, frustration.
What is not actually found in Song of Songs:
Betrothal, marriage, sex, physical union, physical proximity, passion fulfilled, anything dirty or…
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