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Please note that we are currently renovating the rooms above the Library and that this will result in a certain amount of extra noise to Library readers. As part of these essential building works, the Library will need to be closed temporarily 12-22 November 2016.

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Jesus’ favourite teaching method was using parables. Mark 4:33 says that, when speaking to the crowds, he spoke only in parables – ‘as they were able to hear’.

Parables are pictures – in words, often stories; as such they are interesting, thought-provoking and powerful. Jesus could – and did – tell his disciples to love their enemies, but the famous parable of the Good Samaritan says it so much more powerfully.

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