Fr Lawrence Farley brings his exegetical skills to bear on the Song of Songs, one of the shortest but richest and most difficult books of the Bible. This balanced, verse-by-verse commentary examines the text on two main levels: both as a beautiful image of the love and the bond shared between man and woman in marriage, and as an icon of the great mystery toward which human marriage points: Christ and the Church (Eph 5.32).
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Trying to connect the current events with the Holy Land of the Bible? This resource fills in the blanks with transparent maps of modern-day Mediterranean and Middle Eastern countries that lie flat over Bible maps showing the lands and cities where the patriarchs, Jesus, and the apostle Paul traveled. This deluxe version features a companion [...]
A favorite for decades, Strong’s numbering system is cross-referenced to many other important study tools. Now it’s even easier to use! Newly typeset for clearer readability, it includes reorganized main entries, updated and improved Hebrew and Greek dictionaries, and handy indexing. Erratum: The table of contents lists a section on “Updated Edition Premium CD” on [...]
New Testament Introduction, vol. I; Paul and Mark This is the first of a four-volume New Testament Introduction series by Fr Tarazi, which presents never-before published results of the author’s own research. Here we find the kind of perceptive exegesis of St Paul’s epistles we would expect from the author of the groundbreaking commentaries on [...]