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AN

E XPOSITION

OF

THE PA R A B L ES

AND OF OTHER PARTS OF

THE GOSPELS,

BY EDWARD GRESWELL, B. D.

FELLOW OF C. C. C. OXFORD.

IN FIVE VOLUMES.

VOL. III.

OXFORD:

PRINTED BY S. COLLINGWOOD, PRINTER TO THE UNIVERSITY,

FOR J. G. & F. RIVINGTON,
ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD, AND WATERLOO PLACE, LONDON.

SOLD BY J. H. PARKER, OXFORD.

MDCCCXXXIV.

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PARABLE SIXTEENTH. ALLEGORICAL.

The Great Supper. Material Circumstances
The Moral
The Interpretation.

401 438 467

PARABLE SEVENTEENTH. ALLEGORICAL.

The Prodigal Son
Material Circumstances
The Moral ...
The Interpretation

492 493 529 567

ERRATUM.
Vol. i. page 334 line 15, for A. D. 250 read A. D. 297.

Works by the same author. Dissertations upon the Principles and Arrangement of an Harmony of the Gospels. In three volumes. Oxford, at the University Press. 1830.

Harmonia Evangelica, sive quatuor Evangelia Græce, pro Temporis et Rerum Serie, in Partes quinque distributa. Oxonii, e Typographeo Academico. MDcccxxx.

Joannis Miltoni Fabulæ Samson Agonistes et Comus, Græce. Oxonii, excudebat S. Collingwood, Academiae Typographus, veneunt apud J. H. Parker, etc. mdcccxxxII.

In the Press. Supplementary Dissertations, and Annotations, &c. In one volume,

PARABLE ELEVENTH. MORAL.

THE GOOD SAMARITAN.

LUKE X. 25-_37. HARMONY, P. IV. 27.

LUKE X. 25–37. 25 And behold, a certain lawyer stood up, tempting him, and saying, “Master, what shall I do, and inherit everlasting life?" 26 And he said unto him, “In the law what is written? how “ dost thou read ?” 27 And he answered and said,

" Thou “shalt love the LORD thy God with thy whole heart, and with

thy whole soul, and with thy whole strength, and with thy “whole mind : and thy neighbour (thou shalt love) as thyself.” 28 And he said unto him, “ Thou hast answered rightly: this “ do, and thou shalt live.”

29 And he, desiring to justify himself, said unto Jesus, “ But “ who is my neighbour?” 30 And Jesus answered and said, “A “ certain man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho: and “ he fell in with robbers, who having both stripped him of his

raiment, and laid strokes upon him, went their way, having “ left him as one being half dead. 31 Now it chanced at the time “ that a certain Priest was going down by that way: and when “ he saw him, he passed by on the other side. 32 And in like

manner a Levite also, being come over against the place, “ came and saw and passed by on the other side. 33 But a cer“ tain Samaritan as he was journeying, came over against where “ he was ; and when he had seen him, was moved with pity. ~ 34 And he went to him and bound up his wounds, pouring “ into them oil and wine. And having set him upon his own “ beast, he brought him to an inn, and took care of him. 35 And

on the morrow, having gone forth of the inn, he took out two pence,

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