"To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven...." The author's name in Hebrew was Koheleth, but the Greek translators of the Old Testament rendered it as Ecclesiastes. Nothing is known about his life, but without his words, our language would be missing some of the most beautiful passages ever written.More
The King James version of two of the Bible’s most unique sections, both traditionally attributed to King Solomon, are collected together in Ecclesiastes and The Song of Solomon.
Ecclesiastes is a pessimistic investigation into life and the follies of striving. Many attribute its tone to a Greek philosophical influence. By contrast, The Song of Solomon is a steamy exploration of sexual love. In one section, a woman speaks of her visit from her lover. In another, a man compares his lover’s neck to the Tower of David.
With his deep, rumbling voice, Adrian Cronauer’s tone in his performance is, by turns, despairing and tenderly joyful as he tackles these two distinct books of the Bible.
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sound quality the only problem
Great narration/Poor audio