Union and Communion Or, Thoughts on the Song of Solomon
Cosimo, Inc., 01.04.2007 - 96 Seiten
In this text first published in 1893, missionary James Hudson Taylor illuminates the Song of Solomon, dividing it into six sections, with glosses on the scripture throughout. He discusses how the Song shines light on aspects of faith, human experience, and the relationship to God and Christ. Both the longtime faithful and those new to the Bible can enjoy this lovely work, as it can both remind and teach anew. Even those familiar with the Song are sure to find new insight in this concise and clear book of teachings.British missionary JAMES HUDSON TAYLOR (1832-1905) founded the China Inland Mission and served there for five decades. He is considered one of the most successful and most significant missionaries of the 19th century.
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