Parables: Cover to Cover Bible Study Paperback
Communicating God on Earth
by Chris Leonard;
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Unlock the life changing allegories of Jesus' parables with this Cover-to-Cover study on the stories Jesus told to illuminate faith and life in serving God.
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Parables: Cover to Cover Bible Study
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He told over 60 stories which make up one third of His recorded teaching in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke. Maybe you're wondering what relevance 2,000-year-old tales of vines and shepherds, of bygone meal etiquette and the power of petty Middle-Eastern overlords have to your life today. If so, this book could give you a new perspective.
In this study we consider what stories do. They can change our thinking, our ways of seeing, our behaviour, even our society, by provoking us to ask questions and to 'think outside the box'. Jesus's stories and pithy sayings do all these things and more.
Parables: Cover to Cover Bible Study by Chris Leonard was published by CWR in February 2005 and is our 4288th best seller. The ISBN for Parables: Cover to Cover Bible Study is 9781853453403.
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Details for Parables: Cover to Cover Bible Study
|Page last updated||28th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Chris Leonard|
|Publisher||CWR (February 2005)|
|Number of Pages||72|