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The ancient and mysterious midrash of Perek Shirah uses verses from Scripture to illustrate the 'song' of the different components and inhabitants of the natural world - their spiritual lessons for mankind. 'Nature's Song' is the only comprehensive English elucidation of the entire text of Perek Shirah. It makes use of rare ancient commentaries on Perek Shirah, as well asThe ancient and mysterious midrash of Perek Shirah uses verses from Scripture to illustrate the 'song' of the different components and inhabitants of the natural world - their spiritual lessons for mankind. 'Nature's Song' is the only comprehensive English elucidation of the entire text of Perek Shirah. It makes use of rare ancient commentaries on Perek Shirah, as well as contemporary insights from modern science. The result is a spiritual encyclopedia of the natural world, synthesizing the ancient with the modern, that enables one to perceive new depths of insight into the natural world that surrounds us....

Title : Nature's Song: An Elucidation of Perek Shirah, the Ancient Text That Lists the Philosophical and Ethical Lessons of the Natural World
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ISBN : 9781568712741
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 448 Pages
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Nature's Song: An Elucidation of Perek Shirah, the Ancient Text That Lists the Philosophical and Ethical Lessons of the Natural World Reviews

  • Sylia
    2018-11-14 08:01

    Though his book on Creationism was a pleasure to read, Nature's End wasn't my style. Slifkin makes a lot of long-shot interpretations of the verses of each entity in his chapters, some that venture far from the verses themselves. He translates several of them in a strange way, so that it would fit better to his explanation. I had a lot of questions for him towards the end of it.