The parable of the worker in the vineyard is found in Mathew’s book, whose author is St. Matthew, one of the twelve Disciples of Christ. He was known as Levi, the tax collector in the New Testament. The gospel in the book was written in Greek, 70CE, whose evidence is dependent on the gospel of St. Mark. The book of Matthew gives the origin of the New Testament. The genres contained in the book of Matthew are sermons and proverbs taught by Christ.