This volume from the early part of the twentieth century delivers a vivid and memorable study of the parables of the Gospels. Each chapter could be read as a sermon, and Osborn provides real and accessible paraphrasing of Jesus’ teachings. His powerful writing brings alive the Bible text and challenges the Christian to heed Jesus’ words with closer attention to detail, nuance, and meaning.
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Edwin Faxon Osborn (1859–1937) was the author of several books, including works of Christian fiction and teaching resources. After graduating from Newton Center Theological Seminary, he began teaching at Ewing College. He pastored at First Baptist Church of McLeansboro, Illinois, around the end of the nineteenth century.