quiz 2 - 1. For the parable of the mustard seed is that...

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1. For the parable of the mustard seed is that something that begins as “the least of all seeds” can grow into something that eventually becomes the “greatest of all herbs.” As far as the significance for contemporary society, it teaches the lesson that something which starts out as nothing can eventually become something. Perhaps when people are given something that seems insignificant they should be thoughtful and not discard it right away because it could eventually develop into something better. 2. For the Parable of the Prodigal Song, the story is about a man with two sons. The man divides his money and gives half to each of his sons. His younger son decides to take his money and go away and spend it with “riotous living”. He then becomes broke and starving and eventually decides to go back home to his father. As he’s coming back his father sees him and runs to him and celebrates his homecoming. He feeds him the fattest calf and gives him the nicest robes. The father’s older son becomes upset because his
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course REST 200 taught by Professor Sand during the Spring '11 term at Marist.

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