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May 13, 2009


Craig Gardiner

Radio 3 did an evening on the music of the Song of Songs about 2 years ago and through a tangential series of links I ended up doing some of biblical / historical reflection that accompanied the music. I pretty much took Weem's line of thought and reflected on expressions of human desire and intimacy ... which kind of spooked a friend of mine who was listening to my voice naked in the bath!

Michael Frost tells the story in his book Exiles, of a married couple who were asked to read this at a worship serivce and when the reading was complete, they spontaneously kissed each other.

Is this another CD I should invest in?
perhaps a trip to Spotify first ... see my blog yesterday!


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