63 excellent chapters on parabolic interpretation. How good is it? John MacArthur has it on his list of 850 recommended books for the expositor (and he favors modern/contemporary works…). I highly recommend this title.
In Glover’s work on the Jesus of History, he explores the life of Christ. Note that he has some really interesting topics such as Jesus’ teaching on Sin, and Christ’s use of the Old Testament. Some others are Jesus’ Own God Consciousness, Jesus is to be known by what he does, and Jesus’ personality.
Mitchell thoroughly expounds each of the parabolic stories of the Old Testament, where he seeks spiritual truths hidden in some of the oldest stories of the Bible.
Life and Times takes Jesus the Messiah, and examines the New Testament teaching in light of Jewish history and culture
The Sower. The Tares and the Wheat. The Unmerciful Servant. The Good Samaritan. The Rich Fool. The Lost Sheep. The Barren Fig Tree. The Unjust Judge. The Pharisee and the Publican. The Rich Man and Lazarus. The Prodigal Son. The Ten Virgins. The Judgment.
The Parables of the New Testament, Practically Unfolded William Bacon Stevens, 1857 (Bolded titles are choice!) Stevens- Parables of the NT, Practically Unfolded Stevens-William-Bacon-Parables-of-the-New-Testament-Practically-Unfolded.gbk_.twm Version: 1 1.4 MiB 306 Downloads […]
This is a rare book on the parables of the OT. These are for example the Ewe Lamb of David and Nathan, the Vineyard, the Woman of Tekoah, the king of the trees, the potter, the ploughman, etc.