The Parables of Jesus the Messiah

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WindRiver Publishing, Inc., 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 197 pages
The Life of Jesus the Messiah is a five-volume set that discusses the life of Jesus Christ topically. In volume 2, the parables taught by Jesus are discussed. Their nature is explained and both the historical impact they had on the Jews living at the time of Jesus and their significance to us today is discussed. The volume's organization makes it an ideal resource for both students and instructors. The volume includes complete scriptural references to the King James Bible, footnotes, a complete index, and a scripture index allowing readers to quickly find relevant commentary.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Parables
7
The Gospels Inherent Strength
23
The Gospel Once Discovered
44
Lost and Then Found
51
Teaching Gospel Principles
67
The Unprofitable Servants
86
The Good Samaritan
94
Parables That Teach
101
Parables That Teach Warnings
121
The Wicked Husbandman
130
They Ask of Him a Sign
159
As It Was Then So It Is Today
173
Subject Index
189
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Terry Crowdy was born in London in 1970. Initially a re-enactor, his interest in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars led to writing for specialist magazines. Having assisted with Campaign 70 Marengo, his first Osprey title was Warrior 57 French Napoleonic Infantryman (1803-1815). He is currently researching several projects for Osprey in addition to studies on espionage during the Marengo Campaign and a history of the ‘Incomparable’ 9è Légère.