The Books of Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon and Isaiah- My verse-by-verse criticism and personal commentary.
i.4: Claims that the earth will never be destroyed. (see note to Deut.iv.40)
ii.26: This verse was probably added later on to soften the overly pessimistic and cynical tone.
iii.20: No heaven, hell, or resurrection.
iv.3: Living is a curse.
xii.9-14: This epilogue, written in the third person, was perhaps the result of two hands trying to soften the tone of the book.
SONG OF SOLOMON
ii.12: The voice of the turtle is a reference to a migratory dove that reaches Jerusalem in the Spring.
iv.5: Imagine hearing the vicar at the pulpit reading from the Good Book how Your two bre…
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