is part of the Coffee Cup Bible Studies,
a series of Bible studies for women in compact, workbook format that examine the "life and times" of certain Bible characters and the books of the Bible that pertain to them. Each study is to be read over a four-to-six week period, and study sections are broken down into short, daily segments designed to fit reader's busy lifestyles.Understanding that time is precious, the Coffee Cup Bible Studies
are patterned in such a convenient way that they can be read during brief windows of opportunity that allow for meditation and study (breakfast, lunch, coffee breaks, etc.). Scripture is provided from the NET Bible (New English Translation)
, making Bible study convenient for occasions when you can't carry a Bible.The Song of Solomon
(commonly referred to as"The Song of Songs") is a work of poetry. And because it is poetry, author Sandra Glahn treats it as such in her Bible study, Solomon Latte.
But not only is Song of Songs a work of poetry; it also is a deeply intimate portrayal of love-so intimate, you might not permit your children to read it if weren't part of the Bible.In this verse-by-verse study of Song of Solomon, Sandra does not mince words as she examines some of the most explicit writing in Scripture. She also effectively examines how a picture of Christ and his "bride," the Christian, can be seen in this ancient newlywed couple who lived centuries before Christ's birth.