After the success with his volume on the miracles of Jesus, Cosmo Gordon Lang wrote a follow-up on the parables of Jesus. Influenced by the popular Notes on the Parables of Our Lord by Richard C. Trench, Lang’s orthodox scholarly analysis of the Gospel text merges academic scholarship with pastoral application.
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William Cosmo Gordon Lang (1864–1945) was a Scottish Anglican archbishop, said to have strong liberal Anglo-Catholic religious beliefs. The son of a Presbyterian minister, Lang studied at the University of Glasgow and at Oxford and was on his way to a successful career in politics and law when he received the calling to become an Anglican and seek ordination. Later in life, he was appointed as Archbishop of York at a relatively young age, rising to the second-highest position in the Church of England faster than most of his predecessors. Lang later took position as Archbishop of Canterbury.