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I just got a private note about the good Samaritan and did a very quick pass at it.
It needs work but here is a quick attempt at it:
Origen further develped it. Others had already proposed a basic structure.
I'm sure you are aware of it.
Robbers .... satanic influences
Good Samaritan .... Christ
Inn ... the Church
Beaten man ... any fallen man
Jerusalem ... Heaven
Jericho .... the World
Priest/Levite ... legalism
Two denarii ..... Father & son [or H.S.]
Return date promised .... second coming of Christ
I went and parsed it out in the shadows. It appears that Origen was not familiar with shadows and did allegory.
Here is a loosely paraphrased interpretation.
Christ descended from the heavenly to the earthly position and was surrounded by thieves (on the cross).
They stripped him of his clothes and his "heavenly clothes" and wounded him and left him dead in the flesh.
Christ as priest saw him and passed over.
Similarly Christ who was married to the flesh passed over.
But the Holy Spirit had compassion on him.
And bound up his wounds pouring in the Holy Spirit and the living water. And set him apart with his own church (earthly testimony) and took care of him.
And on the next day pulled out the full testimony of man and gave them to God
And said take care of them, whatever charges you have against them, I will pay.
This is very rough, but I am continually amazed...
(This took about fifteen minutes to parse out this way, the hermeneutic can be applied mechanically. The interpretation needs to be discussed and validated. But just in the rough form is amazing to me)