"The Story of the Good Samaritan" Luke 10:29-37 - Matthew Williams

From Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2013

Dr. Matt Williams begins the series, "The Story of the Good Samaritan," by explaining the historical context of the parable. He recounts the story, commenting as he goes with historical background information that sheds deeper light on the meaning of the parable. Afterward, Dr. Williams shares his simple conclusion: be like the Samaritan; he offers five points of application.

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  • Matthew C Williams  

    • Professor of Biblical & Theological Studies
    • Chair, Biblical & Theological Studies New Testament Department

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