The Parables of the Gospels and Their Meaning of Today

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Read Books, 01‏/01‏/2007 - 256 من الصفحات
There are many books about the parables but this one, which shows wide reading and a full acquaintance with recent scholarship, will certainly be as the author hopes, of real service to students and teachers. It is indeed admirably done. Dr Martin expounds very clearly the background of each parable and its immediate purpose, and when he turns to discuss its application to modern conditions, does so with considerable insight and a vivid sense of their application to the ethical problems with which most of the modern world is concerned. Originally published in 1937. Contents Include - The Rock and the Sand - The Two Debtors - The Shower - The Tares - The Draw-Net - The Seed Growing Secretly - The Mustard Seed - The Leaven - The Hid Treasure - The Pearl - The Unforgiving Debtor - The Good Samaritan - The Friend at Midnight - The Unjust Judge - The Empty House - The Rich Fool - The Barren Fig-Tree - The Marriage of the King's Son - The Grear Supper - The Wedding Garmaent - The Lost Sheep - The LOST Coin - The Prodgigal Son - The Unjust Steward - Dives and Lazarus - Unprofitable Servants - The Pharisee and the Publican - The Labourers in the Vineyard - The Talents - The Pounds - The Two Sons - The Wicked Husbandmen - The Ten Virgins - The Sheep and The Goats -

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Hugh Martin (18221885) was born in Aberdeen and graduated there with highest honours in Mathematics but felt called to the Christian ministry. He became the first preacher in the new denomination of the Free Church of Scotland. He wrote Christ's Presence in the Gospel Narrative, The Athonement, and The Shadow of Calvary. Hugh Martin was described as a warm hearted theologian who was a mentor to Chalmers, Bonar, and McCheyne.

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