You’ll have the urge to leap out of your seat and roundhouse-kick Satan in the face upon completion.
- jonathan santiago , is a captivating story, set in the Civil War era, of a young couple intent on marriage but separated by many miles.
This is not a deep textual study for those looking to unpack the Jewish history or various interpretations of the Song.
Jeremiah plainly and unapologetically presents the Song as the story of Solomon and the Shulamite woman that progresses from courtship to wedding to honeymoon and on into married life.
While certain verses in the text get glanced over, Jeremiah does an outstanding job of providing solid and useful principles for married (and dating) couples.