Which is the most popular error today:
1. Saying the Song of Solomon1 is only allegorical?
2. Going crazy with sermons about sex based on the book, and with really annoying and juvenile ads about the sermon series that tend to offend even non-Christians?2
I’m not sure which is more prevalent; however, I do know I hear more of the latter extreme.
But recently I heard another presentation of the former view: The Song of Solomon is clearly allegory.
And a related thing Christians often say is something like: I am the bride of Christ.
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- Or The Song of Songs, if you prefer. ↩
- Some of these megachurches with their absurd yes-God-wants-you-to-have-awesome-married-sex! sermon series make me think of immature teenagers. Guess what! Stacks of Christians — even thousands of those supposedly irrelevant old people — have known about sex longer than you, and they’ve also already known God encourages it between married couples! Big deal, yes, but in another way: big deal. Can we go back to teaching the Gospel now? ↩