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134. The Song of Solomon



The Song of Solomon MUST only ever be about Christ and His church, and cannot possibly be a carnal this-worldly love poem.

No-one should ever think about another human being in this life in the way that the two people in the Song of Solomon think about each other, otherwise it would be espousing idolatry, and therefore should not be in the canon of Scripture.

To be in the canon of Scripture:
(1.) The song MUST be about Christ and the church.
(2.) Christ MUST be divine.

If one of these is not true, then the song would espouse idolatry, and would therefore be encouraging sin.

This song is a proof of Christ's divinity, because if He were not divine, He should not be idolised in this manner.