Song of Solomon is one of the only two books in the Bible that does not mention God or prayer at all (the other one is Esther). Why do you think it is in the Bible? Is Song of Solomon a book of advice about sexual morality, or a celebration of sexuality?
If Song of Solomon were not primarily a book about sexual moral advice, would that take away from the moral teachings of the rest of the Bible?
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