The Parables of Jesus: A Commentary

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Bibliography on the Parables of Jesus

Ambrozic, Aloysius M. "Mark's Concept of the Parable: Mark 4: 11f. in the Con- text of the Second Gospel." CBQ 29 (1976): 220-27.

Baasland, Ernst. "Zum Beispiel der Beispielerzählungen: Zur Formenlehre der Gleichnisse und zum Methodik der Gleichnisauslegung." NovT (1986): 193-219.

Bailey, Kenneth E. Finding the Lost: Cultural Keys to Luke 15. St. Louis: Con- cordia Publishing House, 1992.

. Poet and Peasant: A Literary Cultural Approach to the Parables in Luke. Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 1976.

. Through Peasant Eyes: More Lucan Parables, Their Culture and Style. Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 1980.

Barnard, Leslie W. "To Allegorize or Not to Allegorize." StPat 36 ( 1982): 1-10.

Baudler, Georg. Jesus im Spiegel seiner Gleichnisse: Das erzählerische Lebenswerk Jesuein Zugang zum Glauben, 2d ed. Stuttgart: Calwer Verlag, 1988.

Beardslee, William A. "Listening to the Parables of Jesus: An Exploration of the Uses of Process Theology in Biblical Interpretation." In Texts and Testa- ments : Critical Essays on the Bible and Early Church Fathers, 201-18. Ed. W. Eugene March. San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 1980.

Bishop, Jonathan. "Parabole and Parrhesia in Mark." Int 49 (1986): 39-52.

Black, Matthew. "The Parables as Allegory." BJRL 42 (1959-60): 273-87.

Blomberg, Craig L. Interpreting the Parables. Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity Press, 1990.

—. "Interpreting the Parables of Jesus: Where Are We and Where Do We Go from Here?" CBQ 53 (1991): 50-78.

. "Parable." ISBE 3:655-59.

. "The Parables of Jesus: Current Trends and Needs in Research." In

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