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"Early in the Christian era" - No, all the books of the Old Testament were accepted and received into the canon of Scripture by the Jews. Christians merely took as Old Testament Scripture what the Jews had already determined. So it was received before the Christian era, and was not decided by Christians. The Song of Solomon is an expression of ...


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The Song of Songs, which is Solomon's, is clearly an expression of what inspired the very creation of masculinity and femininity. It is the mystery of Christ and the Church. No, it is not 'incoherent'. There is a structure to the book and a development in the narrative. The book is educated, informative, sensitive and moving. Yes, it is inspired. The full ...


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The Song of Songs was a part of the Septuagint, a Greek translation of the Old Testament finished at least 135 years BC, hence before the Christian era.


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