As some of the New Testament’s most loved teachings, the parables are often familiar stories that require fresh insights to probe further treasures of meaning and application. This 75-minute talk available on streaming video launches with the background, purpose and elements of parables, with focus on how the Master Christian uses them in the Gospels and why they appear where they do.
Living in an agrarian society, Jesus made vivid use of nature’s lessons – from soil to seed and much in between. Madelon opens up these metaphors in a recent talk given at a Bible Conference near Yosemite National Park.
There is also an accompanying PDF downloadable document with readings and questions tied to the subject. Use this streaming video for individual study or with a group of friends in a group Bible Study.
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