Notes and Illustrations of the Parables of the New Testament explores the parabolic teaching of the Sermon on the Mount and all of Jesus’ parables, unlocking their meaning using their context and similar messages throughout the New Testament. Thomas Whittemore makes frequent use of other reliable commentaries and substantiates his work with the opinions of others, bringing readers a viewpoint that is thoroughly researched and developed and strengthens the teachings of Christ’s parables.
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Thomas Whittemore (1800–1861) was one of the most influential Universalist writers of the nineteenth century. He was also a prolific writer of Universalist history, having written The Modern History of Universalism and been an editor and writer for both The Universalist Magazine and the Trumpet and Universalist Magazine. He was an outspoken opponent of capital punishment, an advocate of temperance, and an opponent of slavery in his day.