In his book “Jesus: A Pilgrimage,” James Martin combines historical criticism with personal and spiritual reflection as he travels to the destinations where Jesus had preached. While at the Bay of Parables, the rumored location of many of Jesus' teachings, Martin discovered new meanings behind some of Jesus’ most well-known parables. Jesus left most of his parables unexplained, which seems to imply that the audience was left to interpret them on their own. Let's take a look at some of the most famous parables and the insights Martin gained on his trip.
Parable of the Sower»