All the Parables of the Bible

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Zondervan, Sep 12, 1988 - Religion - 381 pages
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This book is a study and analysis of the more than 250 parables in Scripture. This monumental work is not another tramp over the well-raked field of the parables found in the gospels, but a comprehensive survey of the uses of parabolic illustration and instruction in the whole of the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. Never before has this aspect of truth been combined into one volume.
 

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User Review  - KathrynNotKathy - Christianbook.com

I was thinking this would be the parables with a little discussion. The parables are not in there . The discussion is dry and boring. Maybe this is good if you like reading the dictionary, but I ... Read full review

User Review  - Isaac Carrington - Christianbook.com

Excellent Book. Provides tremendous assistance in the study of Parables with the assistance of the Holy Spirit , you will see the word of God and feel it speaking to your very soul. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
Old Testament Parables
27
Parables of Solomon Proverbs Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon
43
The Parables of Jeremiah
51
The Parables of Ezekiel
62
The Parables of Daniel
91
The Parables of Hosea Micah Habakkuk
99
New Testament Parables
125
The Parables of Our Lord
143
The Absence of Parabolic Material in John
310
Parabolic Instruction in the Acts
341
Parabolic Instruction in the General Epistles
352
Parabolic Instruction in the Revelation
359
Bibliography
373
Scripture Index
379
Copyright

The Parables of John the Baptist
135

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About the author (1988)

Dr. Herbert Lockyer was born in London in 1886, and held pastorates in Scotland and England for 25 years before coming to the United States in 1935. In 1937 he received the honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Northwestern Evangelical Seminary. In 1955 he returned to England where he lived for many years. He then returned to the United States where he continued to devote time to the writing ministry until his death in November of 1984.

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