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Here is an index to the posts relating to Kenneth E. Bailey's study of Luke 15:
Introducing Kenneth E. Bailey
Three Parables: Luke 15:1-32
The Prodigal Son (Part 1)
The Prodigal Son (Part 2)
The Prodigal Son (Part 3)
The Older Son (Part 1)
The Older Son (Part 2)
Reflections on the Parable of the Compassionate Father
Theological Implications of "The Parable of the Compassionate Father" according to Kenneth Bailey
Parable of the Lost Sheep (Part 1)
Parable of the Lost Sheep (Part 2)
Parable of the Lost Coin (Part 1)
Parable of the Lost Coin (Part 2)
Connecting the Luke 15 Parables (Part 1)
Connecting the Luke 15 Parables (Part 2)
Shepherd and Sheep, Psalm 23
Shepherd and Sheep, Jeremiah 23:1-8
Shepherd and Sheep, Ezekiel 34
Shepherd and Sheep Metaphors Compared
Psalm 23 in Luke 15
Jacob and the Prodigal (Part 1)
Jacob and the Prodigal (Part 2)
Some Final Thoughts About Luke 15
"Evangelium in Evangelio" An Amplified Version
Jan 27, 2006 in Luke 15 - Kenneth E. Bailey (Series) | Permalink
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