Haggadic midrash is an ancient Hebraic method of uncovering a depth of meaning from the Hebrew scriptures, which was used by Jesus (Yeshua) in the New Testament. Every parable uses haggadic midrash to draw from the Old Testament in order to retell the story in a creative and artistic way. The purpose of the midrash is to instruct God’s children to walk in righteousness. Dr. Davis leads the reader to explore this approach by posing provocative questions. After completing each chapter, you will find a summary of the mystery that the parable has disclosed.