Stories Jesus Told: How to Read a Parable - eBook
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Stories Jesus Told: How to Read a Parable - eBook  -     By: Greg Carey

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Title: Stories Jesus Told: How to Read a Parable - eBook
By: Greg Carey
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2019
ISBN: 9781501884160
ISBN-13: 9781501884160
Series: Stories Jesus Told
Stock No: WW100773EB

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We love stories. That’s why we go to movies, read books, and listen to friends recount an experience. That’s also why teachers use the technique of storytelling to make a difficult concept easier for us to process. Jesus told stories, or parables, for that very reason—and to help us understand how God wants us to live life. Sometimes, however, stories like the Good Samaritan and the Prodigal Son can be interpreted in more than one way. Even Bible scholars are divided on their meanings.

In Stories Jesus Told, you’ll explore six of Jesus’ parables to learn how to read, interpret, and live them in your daily life. A DVD and Leader Guide are elements you can add to make a lively, six-week group study.

Author Bio

Greg Carey has taught at Lancaster Seminary since 1999, having previously taught at Rhodes College and Winthrop University. His publications include numerous studies on the Book of Revelation and ancient apocalyptic literature, rhetorical analysis of the New Testament, and investigations of early Christian self-definition. He is the author of five books, including The Gospel According to Luke: All Flesh Shall See God's Salvation and Sinners: Jesus and His Earliest Followers.

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