Beyond Criticism in Quest of Literacy: The Parable of the Leaven

Interpretation 25 (2):149-170 (1971)

The fundamental question for the interpreter who addresses himself to the Jesus-tradition today is this: Is it possible any longer to recover the parable as parable?
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