Sunday, 13 April 2008

Sam Storms on Jonathan Edwards View of the Song of Solomon

"Edward's view of the Song of Solomon is instructive. He adopted an interpretation according to which the bride is not the corporate church but the individual believer. He testifies that no book affected him quite like the Song".

Sam Storms - "Signs of the Spirit - An Interpretation of Jonathan Edward's Religious Affections" - Crossway Books (2007) - (p159).

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