Reformation Heritage Books
Glory Veiled and Unveiled
Gerald M. Bilkes
“You have likely read the parables of Christ before, perhaps many times. But have they read you?” With this thought-provoking question, author Gerald Bilkes introduces readers to the concept of interpreting the Scriptures experimentally as he takes a heart-searching look at Christ’s parables. In this spiritually rewarding Bible study, the author shows students of Scripture how to read the parables in a way that takes into account the truth that Scripture searches us as we subject ourselves to it. When we recognize this, we can expect Scripture to transform us.
An ideal tool for personal or group Bible study, with questions following each lesson, Glory Veiled and Unveiled considers the contexts and main messages of twenty-five parables and puts our hearts under the “searchlight” of Scripture, guiding us into the knowledge of Christ, our gracious and glorious king.
About the Author:
Dr. Gerald M. Bilkes is professor of New Testament and biblical theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Mich., and author of Glory Veiled and Unveiled.