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Daily Archives: February 21, 2018
In Till the Heart Sings, Samuel Terrien quickly turns to wisdom literature, first to the Song of Solomon or Song of Songs. During the divided monarchy (ca. 922-587), the wisdom circles of the Jerusalem royal court provided the princes with … Continue reading