What has become popularly but erroneously known in Christian and Church circles as the parable of the ‘Prodigal son’ is part of a larger revelation Jesus told about three parables of lost—the lost coin, the lost sheep, and the lost son.
Contrary to the popular opinion and title given to this parable, the parable is more about a Prodigal father and his attitude towards a wayward younger son and a disgruntled elder son, and nothing at all about a ‘Prodigal’ son.
The book culminates in the clear and simple distinction that our Lord Jesus makes between sonship and servanthood in his vineyard parables, contrary to the claim by many that all humans are sons of God through procreation.
Are all indeed sons of God? Or is there a distinction between Kingdom-Sons and Kingdom-Servants of God?
This book’s approach to both subjects above will leave you amused, instructed, enlightened, stirred up, and challenged, but definitely not bored!