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E. W. Bullinger's superb explanation of the processes of death and resurrection hold eternal value, making this book of supreme use to Christians.
</br> The famous parable of the Book of Luke, which this book is named after, is explained in full. In this story, the rich man suffers in flame after death for ignoring Lazarus a beggar at his gates. The beggar - who also dies - instead has a place in heaven. The rich man, repentant for ignoring the impoverished and sore-covered man, begs to be free of the agonizing hellfire.
</br> This famous depiction of the afterlife has been a topic of fascination for Christians. Eager to explain what the parable means, E. W. Bullinger analyzes both the words and elsewhere in the Biblical scriptures. He keenly differentiates between the afterlife and the resurrection, providing insight to believers who might otherwise have been mystified by these words.
</br> Additionally, this book represents an excellent examination of the New Testament; Bullinger, with a spiritual deftness only a lifelong commitment to preaching can infer, cites the poignant passages of scripture in support of his own words. Thus this text is a fine introduction to Bullinger's other written works which encompass many other Biblical topics.
</br> This edition contains the original text of the Bible, and is in large print for ease of comprehension by readers of all ages.
bound: 130 pages
publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Lrg edition (April 22, 2017)
isbn: 1545520488, 978-1545520482,
weight: 9 ounces (