Common understandings of Jesus' parables often go astray because they are read from a modern Western perspective. It's too easy to miss the real import of what Jesus had to say unless we take the time to delve into the historical context. More importantly, we must approach them from the Hebrew intellectual approach. Not only is this Hebraic approach seldom understood by people today, it was no longer the approach used by the Jewish leaders of Jesus' day. This volume seeks to offer a corrective understanding of some of the parables recorded in the Gospels.