Born 18 September 1956 in Seminole, OK. Traveled a great deal in Europe with the US Army, worked a series of odd jobs, and finally in public education. Ordained to the ministry as a Baptist, then with a non-denominational endorsement. Currently semi-retired.
This is a review of some of the parables of Jesus within the historical context of His times, correcting some common misunderstandings.
- Ed Hurst
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Soul Seeds: Jesus' Parables based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
The writer is highly pretentious, claiming to have significant insight into the parables of Christ but not giving anything that can't be found in the notes of a good study Bible. His writing style is confusing and disjointed. If you want something of value, I would suggest a MacArthur Study Bible. It has all the same facts without the self glorification.
If you are one that wants to understand various parables as they relate to the times in which they were written, this is a read for you.
Jesus is cool.