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The Secret Meanings of The Parables of Jesus

In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys discuss the parables of Jesus, what they mean, and why He used them to teach.

Episode 163:
In this episode, we will discuss:
• Why did Jesus teach in Parables?
• What ancient people understood that we miss
• How many parables did Jesus teach?
• How parables have multiple meanings
• and much more


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Show Notes:

List of Parables

3 comments on The Secret Meanings of The Parables of Jesus

  1. Andrea says:

    Hi guys,
    I hope you all had a lovely Thanksgiving. This is yet another good idea for a podcast. Yes, Ryan Dellacrosse Jesus did tell us why he spoke in parables. It is a rabbinic tradition. It was prophesized in Isaiah. It was also a way to preach publicly without showing your hand too early. Jesus had just three years for his ministry. Ryan Scheel, I think of Jesus as a preacher as far as his human experience.

    Parables are allegories and it was nice to re-visit the Bible and Jesus’ parables or teaching stories. The parable of the two builders as far as building on rock or sand. I always like this as it is talking about solid faith. Increase our faith as Timothy asks of God.

    When no-one can be or will be there for you there is always God. He never turns away from us. My faith gets me through the day and I always thank Him for my many gifts and blessings and a lot of that is the loving people who bless my life now and who have blessed my life in the past.

    I want to be the Good Samaritan. I want to help rather than to turn away which is the easiest thing to do. There are many people in my life whose first instincts are to go forward and help. That is unfortunately not my first instinct I have to tell myself to do this which is sad and bad. I wish it was a knee jerk reaction and not a prodding of my conscience. One of my nieces is a dedicated, loving nurse. Her husband is also a nurse and they are such good people who are always there for others in their need. I love this parable as your neighbor is always the guy next to you. This is how they live their lives.

    Thank you for another learning experience. Thank you for the reminder of the parables during Advent Season.

    Ryan Dellacrosse I too pray for my enemies as they are sinners like myself and really not bad people when you dissect them or their motivations as to why they did you wrong.

    This was a wonderful episode for the Season and I say thank you. It was a great conversation guys you are so right.

  2. Donna Beedy says:

    Yes please do more of this so we can understand them better and live our lives better too.

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