FOCUSed15 Christian Podcast – Season 3 – Episode 10
Today Chris and I chat about Song of Solomon! This can be a confusing book … and you might just be wondering why Song of Solomon is even in the Bible. Listen in to this 15 minute episode to get a quick overview of what you need to know about the book of Song of Solomon. (Scroll down to learn how to listen in.)
IN THIS PODCAST EPISODE YOU’LL HEAR ABOUT:
- The author, audience, and aim of Song of Solomon.
- Chris’ thoughts on the male lover debate – who is the main character in the book?
- Why did Solomon write this book and why is in included in Scripture?
- What we can learn from studying Song of Solomon:
- The importance of “don’t awaken love until it pleases”
- The value of healthy sexuality within the confines of marriage
- The goodness of romantic love
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- Song of Solomon video study by Tommy Nelson
- Author – Audience – Aim: Find the worksheet in the resource library! Subscribe to the free Enjoy the Word membership for access.
- Other books authored by Solomon:
ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDED RESOURCES:
- ESV Study Bible – A great resource for any book of the Bible. Includes all the basic info you would need to know about a book (author, audience, aim) and more.
- Precepts Austin – This is a TREASURE TROVE of resources for the entire book of Bible.
Sermons on the book of Song of Solomon:
- Sex in Salvation History by David Platt
- The Long Game by Matt Chandler:
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