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📒The Books Of Joel Obadiah Jonah And Micah ✍ Leslie C. Allen
✏The Books of Joel Obadiah Jonah and Micah Book Summary : Allen's study of the Books of Joel, Obadiah, Jonah, and Micah constitute a volume in The New International Commentary on the Old Testament. Like its companion series on the New Testament, this commentary devotes considerable care to achieving a balance between technical information and homiletic-devotional interpretation.
📒Amos Obadiah Jonah ✍ Billy K. Smith
✏Amos Obadiah Jonah Book Summary : One in an ongoing series of esteemed and popular Bible commentary volumes based on the New International Version text.
📒The Legend Of Jonah ✍ R.H. Bowers
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📒Jonah S Journeys ✍ Barbara Green
✏Jonah s Journeys Book Summary : "A reading of the Book of Jonah that interfaces biblical studies with biblical spirituality"--Provided by publisher.
📒Jonah And Lamentations ✍ R. B. Salters
✏Jonah and Lamentations Book Summary : While the book of Jonah is, in some ways, unique, it stands firmly in the Old Testament tradition. There have been various suggestions as to genre, the most likely being the (short) didactic story; but the aim of the author is not easy to discern. The authenticity of Jonah's message to the Ninevites is stressed, as is their repentance, and Yahweh's mercy. The purpose of the book must lie in a combination of these themes. Lamentations is a neglected book, perhaps because it was associated with the book of Jeremiah and considered almost as an appendix. On the question of genre it has the closest affinities with the psalms of lament; but, whereas it is very difficult to link a psalm with a specific historical event or period, the five chapters of Lamentations appear to have the Fall of Jerusalem as background. While gloom abounds, the careful reader discovers the faith of the author shining through. He is a "practical monotheist" who interprets the castastrophe of the fall of Jerusalem in the light of his faith.
📒Job Jonah And The Unconscious ✍ Michael Anthony Corey
✏Job Jonah and the Unconscious Book Summary : Job, Jonah, and the Unconscious is the latest work by natural theologian M.A. Corey. It is a ground-breaking synthetic work utilizing the unique perspective of modern depth psychology to interpret the underlying meaning of two of the most fascinating books of the Old Testament, Job and Jonah. In the process it weaves together a unique development perspective on the age-old problem of evil that satisfies both the traditional theologian and the hard- core skeptic. It is able to do this by resorting to a concept of metaphysical necessity that is able to account for the temporary existence of evil in the world, while simultaneously preserving the omnipotence and omnibenevolence of God. The end result of this fascinating study is the elucidation of the cause of moral evil, along with the general defense of traditional monotheistic religion. Contents: JONAH AND THE UNCONSCIOUS; History or Allegory?; A Psychological Analysis of the Book of Jonah; The Identity of the Shadow; Repression and the Concept of Demon Possession; The Storm; Significance of the Fish; The Prayer; The Mission to Nineveh; A Theodicy for Natural Evils; JOB: The Story of Job; The Relationship Between Knowledge and Evil; Job's Goodness and the Nature of Evil; The Nature of Hell; A Developmental View of Salvation; Elipjaz's First Speech; Job's Reply; Contingency, Necessity, and the Ultimate Transformation of Evil into Good; EVIL IN THE OLD TESTAMENT; Evil, Monotheism, and the Divine Goodness; A Developmental Interpretation of Evil; ANSWER TO JUNG; Jung and the God of The Old Testament; Why Bad Things Happen to Good People; A Pluralistic View of Salvation; Jung's View of Job; The Power of Doubt; The Severity of the Developmental Process; Could God Have Done Better?; The Image and the Likeness of God; Jung, Evil and the Trinity; The Incarnation; Conclusion.
📒Exposition Of Jonah ✍ Hugh Martin
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📒Jonah ✍ Hal Seed
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📒Jonah ✍ W. Dennis Tucker
✏Jonah Book Summary : This first volume in the Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Bible series provides expert, comprehensive guidance in answering significant questions about the Hebrew text. While reflecting the latest advances in scholarship on Hebrew grammar and linguistics, the work utilizes a style that is lucid enough to serve as a useful agent for teaching and self-study.
📒Jonah Sees Ghosts ✍ Mark Sullivan
✏Jonah Sees Ghosts Book Summary : A shocking, touching and humorous debut, Jonah Sees Ghosts blends magical realism with a study of the ways alcohol and abuse shapes personalities within a family. At 15, Jonah Hart is a boy with a problem he's afraid to share: Not only does he see ghosts, but when he dreams, he travels outside his body. As the ghosts become more and more aggressive, Jonah withdraws into his dream world, where he is forced to make a stand from the full depths of abandonment and isolation in a last stab at redemption. 'Sullivan writes with beautiful, introspective clarity.' - Henry Rollins