In The 150 Parables Michael Carrell identified and gave four proofs, one from each of the four evangelists, that the gospels of Mark, Matthew, Luke and John were written in the literary form of the parables of Jesus. He diagramed the entire four gospels into Stories in the literary form of the parables of Jesus. In Another 50 Parables, the author revealed that three more books and letters in the New Testament were also written in the same literary form: Hebrews, 1 John and Acts, all three are shown diagrammed in this literary form. In his third book, Another Proof--More New Testament Parables, Michael Carrell gives a fifth proof, found in the Letter of James, that acknowledges that all of the New Testament authors intended for us to read their books and letters in the literary of the parables of Jesus. The book includes the diagramed Stories of Romans, Revelation, James, Jude, 1 Peter and 2 Peter. The book also includes commentary on selected Stories from The 150 Parables.