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 What Is the Difference Between a Parable and a Metaphor?

Answer Both parables and metaphors have hidden meanings. A parable uses a story to convey a deeper message. Metaphors refer to one subject, while the actual subject is something else entirely. The structu... Read More »
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What is a parable handout?

A parable handout is a free pamphlet given to church members or someone interested in a particular church. The parable handout contains a story or parable from the Bible that teaches a lesson in si... Read More »
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What is a parable best defined as?

A parable is similar to a figure of speech. Parables are used to convey an idea, religious lesson or message through a story. For example, the parable of the mustard seed in the Bible, Matthew 13:3... Read More »
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What are the differences between a myth and a parable?

The differences between a myth and a parable are puzzling. But you can attempt to demystify the difference by closely examining the content, history and meaning of the story.Myths DefinedMyths rela... Read More »
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When did jesus tell the parable of the talents?

Jesus tells the parable of the talents in Matthew 25:14-29. The parable comes immediately after the parable of the wise and foolish virgins and immediately before Jesus' teaching on the Son of Man ... Read More »
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