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Frederick Gustav Lisco
Daniels & Smith,
Robert Carter & Brothers,
Gould, Kendall and Lincoln / 1850
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Originally written in German, this volume on the parables of Jesus frequently references other German, English, and Latin commentaries on the parables, synthesizing a study of the parables rooted in Protestant tradition and beliefs. Frederick Lisco was strongly influenced by the writings of Martin Luther and John Calvin, giving this volume a sincere Protestant voice and a strict biblical analysis.
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Frederick Gustav Lisco (1797–1866) was a minister of St. Gertraud Church in Berlin. He was a German Protestant theologian.