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Solomon’s Song of Songs, Part 2

Shir HaShirim, Chapter Two

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Mendel Dubov Sparta, NJ September 16, 2013

In response to Sandro Please listen to the class on that chapter and you will see the meaning in this. Reply

Anonymous Fort Lee, NJ September 9, 2013

Song of Songs class You are Great. I look forward to Song of Songs Part 3.
When will you present this class to the public?
I enjoyed your Jewish History Lecture Series. Reply

Anonymous USA August 20, 2013

Dear Rabbi Duvov, you did not have a hand out for this lecture like you did on the first part. As per verse three you mentioned that Hashem, is like an apple tree amongst the other, which allegorically means amongst other god which were around in those days. I think that today the people have as many gods as they did then. There are millions in the dark, stock in the rocks. And their wings are paralyzed. As you said in Chassidim, their spirit is depressed. Would there be a continuation of the Shir HaShirim study until the end of the chapters? I would be looking forward to them. You have taught it in such a wonderful way, and enthusiasm. Thank you Reply

Sandro Vancouver BC August 20, 2013

Shlomo ha Ben Why does Kohelet say, "Who is this that cometh out of the midbar like pillars of smoke, perfumed with myrrh and frankincense from all the fragrant powders of the rokhel (merchant)?
7 Hinei, his conveyance, which is Sh’lomo’s; threescore gibborim (valiant men) are around it, of the Gibborei Yisroel.

In song of songs 3:6-7? Isnt this comparing him directly to Hashem from the pillar in the wilderness that went ahead of Moshe and Yisrael? Reply

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