B 69 Jonathan and David: An Unexpected Love

This engaging study explains the significance of the Jonathan and David”s relationship in its original context and identifies the relevance of their friendship for today.

Starting from a discussion of how both David and Jonathan are portrayed in remarkably similar terms, the booklet examines in what sense they are “lovers,” including whether they were “gay.” Through the meaning of their covenant in relation to family loyalty, it shows that their story is, in the end, a narrative of how both life and death are held in God”s hands.
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Author: Jonathan Rowe

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