The Man with the Thousand Women and the Meaning of Life by Digital Shepherd
Approx. 1,500 words.
Published on December 7, 2010.
Solomon, known as the wisest, richest king of ancient Israel, wrote Ecclesiastes at the end of his life, to encapsulate the wealth of understanding that he'd acquired. Why did he say that everything is meaningless, yet recommend a surprising approach to life? The message of Ecclesiastes will shock those who hold to the common assumptions of its conclusion, yet liberate those who believe it.