In his typically scholarly manner, A. B. Bruce analyzes and interprets the parables of Jesus, building on the foundation of study that was set by Richard C. Trench, Siegfried Goebel, Ernst J. G. de Valenti, William Arnot, and other scholars and preachers before him. He develops his own interpretations and theories based on the Bible text itself, and then draws from a rich tradition of German, Scottish, Irish, and American scholars—even bringing in the Latin studies of Calvin, Jerome, and others. With Bruce’s profound, rich, and multilevel discourse, your investigation of Jesus’ parables will find itself a fruitful and intellectual study.
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