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The Lesser Parables of Our Lord and the Lessons of Grace in the Language of Nature

Format: Digital


Published posthumously, this volume contains Williams Arnot’s lectures, sermons, and writings on each of the lesser parables of Jesus, his lessons on grace in the language of nature, a commentary on the first epistle of Peter, and lessons on life in Christ. Prefaced with a biography on the author, this volume reveals his pastoral and intellectual character, explores his wide knowledge of Scripture, and brings you right into the most important themes and insights in the Bible.

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Key Features

  • Presents thorough pastoral and exegetical treatment of Jesus’ lesser parables
  • Contains a practical work for pastors, students, and scholars
  • Includes dozens of illustrations and summaries of each parable

Praise for the Print Edition

William Arnot was a remarkable man. He was a power in his time, and made himself felt as a preacher, writer, lecturer, both on this and on the other side of the Atlantic. . . . here we have a man simple yet strong-brained, earnest and true, full of humour, full too of ‘the milk of human kindness.’

—Canon Bell

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About William Arnot

William Arnot (1808–1875) was a Scottish preacher and theological writer who studied and ministered in Glasgow through the Free Church of Scotland. He earned his theological degree from Glasgow University. He was widely recognized for his study of ancient Greek and is best known for his books on Proverbs.