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EXPOSITION

OF THE BOOK OF

SOLOMON'S SONG,

COMMONLY CALLED

CANTICLES.


WHEREIN

The Authority Of It Is Established And Vindicated Against
Objections, Both Ancient And Modern; Several Versions
Compared With The Original Text; The Different Senses Both Of
Jewish And Christian Interpreters Considered, And The Whole
Opened And Explained In Proper And Useful Observations.

BY JOHN GILL, D. D.

Cantitum canticorum spiritualis quaedam sanctarum est voluptas
mentium, in conjugio illius regis & reginae civiitatis, quod est Christus &
ecclesia; sed haec voluptas allegoricis tegminibus involuta est, ut
desideretur ardentius, nudeturque jucundius, & appareat sponsus, cui
dicitur in codem cantico, aequitas dilexit te, & sponsa quae ibi audit,
charitas in deliciis tuis.
AUG. de Civ. Dei, 1. 17. c. 20.

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