W.M. Seckinger’s New Book ‘Solomon, Apostle or Apostate’ Presents a Compelling Read on Solomon’s Song, Its Message, and the Role of Female in the Scripture

W.M. Seckinger, a writer who has worked in operation management, project management, and function and design; has completed his new book, “Solomon, Apostle or Apostate”: a fascinating exposition that looks at the life of Solomon in the Scripture and the events that surround the reason of his writings to understand his work of poetry as king, Song of Solomon.
Seckinger writes, “Solomon was the son of David and Bathsheba. When his father died, he came to the throne as the King of Israel. Benefiting from his father’s many victories, he governed in a time of peace. With skillful diplomacy and astute land and sea trade, he gained enormous revenues and developed Israel into a mighty and prosperous nation. He constructed the first permanent temple of Jewish worship. His incisive judgments came to be known far and wide. In his lifetime he authored numerous proverbs and songs. His writings were abundant. The Song of Solomon was a work of poetry he penned during his reign as king. In its pages we discover more about the man and learn who he was on a personal level, uncovering relevant guidelines to Christian living.”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, W.M. Seckinger’s new book is a great read that will bring a clearer understanding about the man behind the Song of Solomon. This book studies about the work, presents relevant articles, and brings into focus details that play important role in the story. Overall, this is an excellently put-up novel.
Readers can purchase “Solomon, Apostle or Apostate” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.
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