Welcome to The Shaun Tabatt Show! Today my special guest is Dr. Jim Hamilton and we’re discussing his book Song of Songs: A Biblical-Theological, Allegorical, Christological Interpretation (Christian Focus, 2015).

Song of Songs by Dr. Jim HamiltonAbout The Book:
In the Song of Songs the son of David, King in Jerusalem, overcomes hostility and alienation to renew intimacy between himself and his Bride. This most sublime Song sings of a love sure as the seal of Yahweh, a flashing flame of fire many waters could never quench. Dr. Jim Hamilton, in this latest addition to the popular Focus on the Bible series, pours fresh light on this inspiring and uplifting book.

About The Author:
Jim Hamilton is Professor of Biblical Theology at Southern Seminary and preaching pastor at Kenwood Baptist Church.

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