In the latest edition to the NICOT, Longman provides a detailed introduction and exegesis of the Song of Songs. Reviewing the history of this intriguing book-which he calls a powerful analogy to God's relationship with his people-Longman also adopts an anthrological approach as he discusses the song in light of Near Eastern literature. 304 pages, hardcover from Eerdmans. Basic Overview of the NICOT series: Theologically conservative evangelical Scholarly but Non-Technical(no knowledge of Greek or Hebrew needed-all original language use is transliterated and details of textual criticism and translation appear in the footnotes) Written from an exegetical perspective but contains lots of historical, liguistic, and theological information Uses a section-by-section format based on the author's own translation Geared for scholars, serious Bible students, and pastors
Type: Hardcover ()
Category: Books > Commentaries
ISBN / UPC: 9780802825438/0802825435
Publish Date: 10/1/2001
Item No: 56311
Vendor: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.