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WHI-1020 | The Parables of Jesus (Part 3)

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On this program, the hosts will discuss the parable of the Prodigal Son and other similar narratives. Through each of these tales, the point Jesus makes is that something lost is suddenly found. In fact, Jesus taught that his mission was "to seek and save that which was lost." But in the Prodigal Son story, we find that Jesus' primary point is to show that the religious leaders of his day, represented by the older brother in the parable, were the ones who were truly lost.

On this program, the hosts will discuss the parable of the Prodigal Son and other similar narratives. Through each of these tales, the point Jesus makes is that something lost is suddenly found. In fact, Jesus taught that his mission was "to seek and save that which was lost." But in the Prodigal Son story, we find that Jesus' primary point is to show that the religious leaders of his day, represented by the older brother in the parable, were the ones who were truly lost.





RECOMMENDED BOOKS
The Prodigal God
Timothy Keller
The Prodigal God Discussion Guide
Tim Keller
The Parables of Jesus
Terry Johnson




PROGRAM AUDIO

[audio:http://www.whitehorseinn.org/whiarchives/2010whi1020oct24.mp3|titles=WHI 1020|artists=White Horse Inn]


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