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📒Jonah ✍ Jan Wells
✏Jonah Book Summary : This ten-week in-depth study examines the nature of God, the role of the Old Testament prophet, and practical doctrines of prayer, repentance, forgiveness, salvation, evangelism, anger, and depression that call believers to apply biblical truths.
📒Jonah ✍ Paula Bowser
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📒Jonah ✍ David Campton
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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.
📒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.
📒Jonah ✍ Erica Brown
✏Jonah Book Summary : In Jonah: The Reluctant Prophet, Dr. Erica Brown takes us on a journey over land and sea, in the footsteps of the Bible's most recalcitrant prophet. Melding traditional commentators, rabbinic literature, modern biblical scholarship, psychological sensitivity, and artistic imagination, Brown travels through the four chapters of Jonah's story tracing his call to leadership, his subsequent intransigence, his momentary rise to duty and his tragic resignation in an effort to discover God's ultimate lesson for him. With insight and feeling, Brown provides us with a glimpse into the tormented soul of the prophet as he grapples with the notion of a forgiving God who is concerned even with the welfare of Israel's strongest adversary. As God struggles to teach His prophet to expand his vision and take up his divine mission, we come to understand the Divine call given to each of us to rise up to the possibility of greatness. After all, if God can change His plan, we can change as well.
📒A Biblical Text And Its Afterlives ✍ Yvonne Sherwood
✏A Biblical Text and Its Afterlives Book Summary : How interpretation re-shapes Bible texts - the book of Jonah.
📒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.
📒Whitney Rides The Whale With Jonah ✍ Therese Johnson Borchard
✏Whitney Rides the Whale with Jonah Book Summary : Worried about her first day at a new school, ten-year-old Whitney is transported by her emerald Bible back to the time of Jonah, is swallowed with him by a whale, and shares his realization that you cannot run away from God or your problems.
📒What Was The Sign Of Jonah ✍ Ahmed Deedat
✏What Was the Sign of Jonah Book Summary : Over a thousand million Christians today blindly accept that Jesus of Nazareth is the Christ. They produce "a thousand and one" prophecies from the Jewish Bible (the Old Testament) to prove their claim that Jesus was the Messiah promised to the Jews. Let us hold the thousand" prophecies in abeyance for a moment and examine the only unequivocal claim made by Jesus in the Gospels and examine whether he fulfilled his promise to the Jews. We must admit that the word CHRIST is not a name. It is a title. It is a translation of the Hebrew word Messiah, meaning "anointed." The Greek word for "anointed" is Christos from which we get the word Christ. Priests and kings were "anointed" when being consecrated to their office. The Holy Bible confers this title even on a heathen king CYRUS (Isaiah 45:1).