One of the most innovative NT scholars of the 20th century, Perrin broke new ground with his insights on the parables, the Gospel of Mark, the historical Jesus, New Testament theology, and Christology, as well as exegetical methodology and hermeneutics. Highlighting some of his best-known works, this volume also features an introduction, bibliography, and updated notes. 160 pages, softcover from Ausgburg/Fortress.
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Date:July 3, 2012
I was hoping for more information on application of the parables into the lives of people and this book seemed to be more focused on the history of the interpretation of parables. If you are looking for a history, go for it. Otherwise spend your money elsewhere.