This concise work lays out the seven parables of Matthew 13 as describing God’s vision for Christianity here on earth. A. C. Gaebelein takes on the task of interpreting Jesus’ “kingdom of heaven” through the eyes of the Old Testament and the messages of his parables.
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One of the best treatises on Matthew 13, which I have seen, is a pamphlet by Dr. A. C. Gaebelein. In this he sets forth the thesis that the kingdom of heaven as represented in these parables is none other than what we call Christendom. On this point, I feel that he is absolutely correct.
—David L. Cooper, president, Biblical Research Society
Arno Clemens Gaebelein (1861–1945) was ordained a deacon in 1884 before becoming an elder in the Methodist Episcopal Church. He was the editor of Our Hope, a Christian periodical, and worked closely with C. I. Scofield on the massive Scofield Reference Bible.