In nine concise chapters, Clarence Macartney discusses several of the parables of the Old Testament, expounding on their theological and practical significance in day-to-day life. Macartney doesn’t miss an opportunity to find Christ in these nine Old Testament stories, and brings a simple, yet profound study to each parable for a wide audience of believers.
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Clarence Edward Macartney (1879–1957) was a Presbyterian pastor and a writer. He was educated at the University of Wisconsin—Madison and graduated with a degree in English literature. Afterwards, he attended Harvard, Yale Divinity School, and Princeton Theological Seminary, seeking new theological and religious guidance as he went from school to school. He was ordained through the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America (PCUSA), and was best known for setting off the fundamentalist-modernist controversy within the PCUSA.