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By Jabez Burns / Robert Carter & Brothers / 1849
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Jabez Burns provides a pastor’s guide to preaching the parables of Jesus. In this volume, he cross-references each parable to Old Testament passages, application ideas, and exegetical observations. This volume also explores each of the miracles of Christ, demonstrating the evangelical, merciful mission of the same Savior who spoke in parables.
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Jabez Burns (1805–1876) was the first clergyman from any denomination to preach complete abstinence from alcohol from the pulpit. He was a Christian philosopher and a prolific writer, managed a bookselling business, and wrote numerous books, primarily compilations of sermons, sermon-writing guides, and preaching helps. He was given an honorary doctorate in divinity from Wesleyan University in 1846.