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Notes on the Parables of the New Testament: Scripturally Illustrated and Argumentatively Defended
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Notes on the Parables of the New Testament: Scripturally Illustrated and Argumentatively Defended

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Marsh, Capen & Lyon 1832

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Overview

Hosea Ballou digs into 38 parables of Jesus, exploring the event around the parable and providing an illustration for each parable that helps readers understand its meaning and gravity. With his easy-to-follow style of writing and simple explanations, Ballou finds points that resonate clearly with a general audience, interpreting Scripture with his theological insights.

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Key Features

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

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About Hosea Ballou

Hosea Ballou (1771–1852) was an American Universalist writer from New Hampshire. He has often been called the “father of Universalism,” as his writings and theologies were most influential in helping distinguish Universalism from any other denomination. He founded and edited The Universalist Magazine and The Universalist Expositor and wrote thousands of sermons, essays, and hymns. He was self-educated, devoted his life to ministry from a young age, and was also a high-ranking freemason. His A Treatise on Atonement is one of the most influential Universalist writings of the nineteenth century.