Approaching and interpreting the book of Song of Songs is for brave preachers, who want to seek a biblical ground for Christian lovers. A well-balanced love comprises romanticism, erotism and Christian piety. Daniel Akin searches for these three in his book.
Another point is interpreting the book rightly, using hermeneutics tools at our hand in order not to destroy the message of the book. Some schools of interpretation see an allegory and typology along the book; other schools point the erotic content of the book; and others see the romantic love flowing from the book itself. Which is Daniel Akin’s approach?
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