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Poet and Peasant and Through Peasant Eyes: A Literary-Cultural Approach to the Parables in Luke (Combined edition) Paperback – May 9, 1983
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Bailey has also written other works including "Finding the Lost: Cultural Keys to Luke 15" that focus on the lost sheep, lost coin, lost son, parables of that chapter. All of his works I especially recommended.
John Watson, Theologian in Residence, Mandarin Preswbyterian Church, Jacksonville, Flordia.
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Not a better book on the parables written. Not even the classic Jeremias work has the depth and fullness of Bailey's work.Published 22 days ago by Rick Weiss
Within this combined edition Kenneth E. Bailey, through his personal experience of living in the Middle-East for many years, turns his attention upon the parables of Jesus as... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tristan Sherwin
Kenneth Bailey provides outside insight into the culture setting of the scripture. He gives a fuller understanding of the meaning of many of the parables. Read morePublished 4 months ago by cn
I just like Dr, Bailey's writing. His experience of living in the Middle East a unique perspective of Biblical stories and characters.Published 6 months ago by Ronald bryant
A superb book for those wishing to develop their Biblical understanding.Published 13 months ago by Tom Boal