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Brandon Biggs is a graduate student at a classical Pentecostal institute of higher learning and lives in Texas.

Should Pentecostals Interpret the Song of Songs Allegorically? by Brandon Biggs

Should Pentecostals Interpret the Song of Songs Allegorically? by Brandon Biggs

A guest article by Brandon Biggs The book of Song of Solomon has often been misunderstood and misinterpreted throughout history.  This article seeks to remedy this situation by providing a thoughtful and scholarly reflection upon the theme of romantic love within the book, and by expanding upon the two sub-themes associated with it—pleasure and danger. […]

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