There are 13 Lessons in all. Lessons
are accompanied by Cassettes/mp3 which were recorded when The
Song of Solomon was being expounded in a class. The Cassettes
do not always align simply with the Lessons, but under each Lesson
heading the Cassette you should use is indicated. It may have part
of another Study on it also, so the Student will have to work this
through carefully. A Cassette is not stated for the first two Studies.
The use of Cassette 1 may give a little help.
The Student should note that Lesson 3 has material
far beyond one lesson. It will be enlightening as to the Book
and its Author, but it is not intended that the assignment set
should cover the Essay. It is simply to help in an overall understanding
of the Course.
The Text and Commentary given in the Lessons
is from the Commentary by Geoffrey Bingham, entitled Love
is Stronger Than Death and
can be procured from New Creation Publications, Inc. A Bibliography is
Study Method I requires essay
style responses. Essays to the order of 150–250
words per question. According to the subject matter, some questions
may require up to 500 words or more. We encourage you to follow
the instructions on the attached sheet, ‘Hints
for Writing Essays’.
Study Method II requires direct
answers to the set of questions. This method does not
require written essays and long paragraphs. As a learning process,
the questions are designed to lead you through the essentials
of the subject matter of each lesson. The answers are to be
in the form of statements, sentences and short paragraphs.
Sometimes only one word will be required.
Always Check With Your Tutor
If you are uncertain as to how to go about the
Course do not hesitate to contact your Tutor who will glad to