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Vendor: Master Books
Publication Date: 2001
After the birth of the Jewish nation, but before the brutal string of invading Pagan armies, there arose an Israel a king whose splendor was so rich, his very name is still spoken with awe: Solomon.
Inheriting and expanding a magnificent kingdom from his father, King David, Solomon, attained both spiritual and material wealth, confounding his enemies and thrilling his own people. The Bible claims there will never be another like him. His legacy includes three canonical works that flowed from God to his pen - Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon.
Strangely, these three books are rarely examined by modern scholars, but longtime author and defender of the faith, the late Henry Morris, provided an invaluable commentary. His examination of Solomon's life, and the insights into the writings themselves, give the Bible student a worthy tour through the life of a most remarkable man.
240 pages • 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 • Trade paper
A prolific and influential scholar known to believers and skeptics alike as "the father of modern creation science," Dr. Henry M. Morris truly was a man of science and a staunch man of God. He was even said to have set the terms of debate about evolution for the second half of the 20th century by one Pulitzer Prize-winning academician. Dr. Morris began his serious study of the Bible in the 1930s and authoring books in the 1940s, but it was his landmark work, co-authored with Dr. John Whitcomb, titled The Genesis Flood in 1961 that influenced generations to begin discovering the fallacies of evolution and the biblical truth of creation.
With over 60 books, founding and leading the Institute for Creation Research (ICR), Dr. Morris death in 2006 was a profound loss to millions.
Dr. Morris created a thriving legacy that continues to equip many Christians to be able to defend the accuracy and authority of Scripture today. The new Henry Morris Study Bible and other resources that he developed remain essential sources of knowledge and understanding for believers.
Bill1 Stars Out Of 5Run AwaySeptember 6, 2016BillQuality: 1Value: 2Meets Expectations: 1This is a very poor commentary. There is entirely too much assumption and too little fact.
At one point he muses as to whether Solomon ever recanted from his apostasy. Then later he refers to his recanting as fact! I need solid interpretation of biblical books and cannot fill my head with a mixture of fact and fiction. This book is way too much fiction, and too little fact.
Eduardo Cadete4 Stars Out Of 5September 22, 2010Eduardo CadeteExcellent Book, mainly when the author comments the book of song of Solomon, it gave me another views about the person of Jesus Christ in the Old Testament and his church in the future.
carolyn loftis5 Stars Out Of 5January 30, 2008carolyn loftisthis is an awesome book revealing many unknown facts..great for a group study ..it is a good study of his character, life and works