Jonah and the Whale and Other Old Testament Stories (Discovering the Bible) by Victoria Parker

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  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s 9-12 - Bibles,
  • Children: Grades 3-4,
  • Children: Grades 4-6,
  • Religion - Bible - Stories,
  • Religion - Bibles - General,
  • Religion / General,
  • Religion - Biblical Stories,
  • Bible stories,
  • Bible stories, English,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • O.T,
  • O.T.

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10853611M
ISBN 100754804569
ISBN 109780754804567
OCLC/WorldCa45876721

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Book of Jonah, also spelled Jonas, the fifth of 12 Old Testament books that bear the names of the Minor Prophets, embraced in a single book, The Twelve, in the Jewish canon. Unlike other Old Testament prophetic books, Jonah is not a collection of the prophet’s oracles but primarily Jonah and the Whale and Other Old Testament Stories book narrative about the man.

The book of Jonah is about an event that Jesus said took place in history. The man Jonah was the main character of the book, he was the son of Amittai (Jonah ), and a native of Gathhepher, which was a city of the tribe of Zebulun in the northern Galilee region.

Get this from a library. Jonah and the whale: and other Old Testament stories. [Victoria Parker; Janet Dyson]. “Chapter Jonah,” Old Testament Stories (), – Jonah was a prophet of God. God told him to go to a city called Nineveh. The people there were wicked.

God told Jonah to tell the people to repent. Jonah did not obey God. Jonah did not want to go to Nineveh. He did not want to tell the people to repent.

He got on a ship. The ship. T he book of Jonah is an Old Testament story which tells about how the prophet Jonah refused to follow the Lord.

Through some supernatural events, God convinced him to obey and carry out the Lord’s plan. While Jonah eventually did what he was asked to do, the book closes with showing Jonah as a bitter man.

Jonah is the fifth of the so-called "minor prophets," the twelve shorter prophetic books that make up the final portion of the Old Testament. Who Wrote It. The author of the book of Jonah is anonymous. We know nothing of the author other than what we can intuit from the book. Watch other amazing Bible Stories like Birth of Jesus, Cain ad Abel, Noahs Ark, Joseph, Moses and many more - This is a summary on the Biblical account of the Jonah and the.

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Jonah And Nineveh. Grand Old Holy tells us the story from Book of Kings Jonahof how Jonah followed the order of God and saved Nineveh from destruction. This story goes on to show us that. Jack Zavada is a writer who covers the Bible, theology, and other Christianity topics.

He is the author "Hope for Hurting Singles: A Christian Guide to Overcoming Life's Challenges." The story of Jonah and the Whale, one of the oddest accounts in the Bible, opens with God speaking to Jonah, son of Amittai, commanding him to preach repentance to Author: Jack Zavada.

M.C. Gaines really was concerned about educating children, and not just getting a buck. He did these Picture Stories from the Bible comics and Picture Stories from World History, American History, Science - but they did not sell well. I'm glad to see the Picture Stories from the Bible were reprinted in book form; SO wish they'd do it for the /5(12).

- Explore craftyabe's board "Jonah" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Jonah, Bible art, Bible stories pins. both Jonah and Rev (and nowhere else in the New Testament except Rev ), but this does not demonstrate that the Seer of the Apocalypse had Jonah’s reference in mind when he used that phrase, since it is also found many other places in the Old Testament (e.g., Gen ; 2 Chr ; Neh ; Dan ).File Size: KB.

Jonah and the Whale Christian Padded Board Book (A Bible Story for Little Ones) by Twin Sisters®, Kim Mitzo Thompson, et al. | Sep 1, out of 5 stars 4. Jonah’s name in the Greek Old Testament or Septuagint is Ιωνας Ionas, similar to Ὡάννης Oannes and Ἰωάννης I-Oannes, the Greek name for “John.”It should be kept in mind that there are often multiple meanings and origins of various myths, including characters’ names possessing more than one signification and derivation.

For example, in the Book of Jonah, the author selected a person who reportedly lived during the times of the prophet Amos. The story concerning this man was designed to show the attitude that the Jewish people had taken toward foreign nations. Jonah behaves so badly in the story that the average reader becomes quite disgusted with him.

- Explore lindanesmith's board "Bible-Jonah", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Bible, Jonah and the whale and Bible stories for kids pins. "And it is interesting to note that the Greek New Testament uses the word 'whale,' while the Hebrew book of Jonah says that 'the Lord had prepared a great fish.' (Jonah ) "The fact that the animal was 'prepared' could indicate that it was not a conventional animal, and that it was easily capable of swallowing a man whole.

Prophet Jonah [1] was sent to a community in Iraq. Renowned Islamic scholar, ibn Kathir calls it Nineveh. As is the case with all the Prophets of God Jonah came to Nineveh to call the people to worship One God. He spoke of a God free from any partners, sons, daughters or co equals and implored the people to stop worshipping idols and engaging.

Question: "Was Jonah truly swallowed by a whale?" Answer: The book of Jonah recounts the story of a disobedient prophet who, upon being swallowed by a whale (or a “great fish”) and vomited upon the shore, reluctantly led the reprobate city of Nineveh to repentance.

The Bible’s plain teaching is that, yes, Jonah was truly swallowed by a whale (or a great fish). Tolkien's main part was the translation of the Book of Jonah - a book in the Old Testament that tells the story of Jonah and the whale. Regretfully he had to resign prematurely from the Jerusalem Bible project and in one letter referred to his listing as a principal collaborator as an " undeserved courtesy.".

Author: Jonah identifies the book as telling the story of the prophet Jonah. Although the book is written in the third person, the traditional view is that Jonah is the author of the book, and there is no persuasive reason to theorize about an unknown author.

Date of Writing: The Book of Jonah was likely written between and B.C. Written by the Prophet Jonah, son of Amittai, around B.C., the book of Jonah is different from the other prophetic books of the audience of the book of Jonah was the people of Israel and all future readers of the Bible and, typically, prophets issued warnings or gave instructions to the people of : Jack Zavada.

The old view that Jonah was the author is still held by some scholars, though most moderns place the book in the late exilic or post-exilic times. A few Aramaic words occur in the Hebrew text. The question in debate is whether the language of Israel in the days of Jeroboam II had taken over words from the Aramaic.

He’s alluding to the Book of Jonah in the Old Testament and he’s drawing two analogies. He’s saying just as Jonah was in the belly of the whale for three days and three nights so will the Son of Man, now you know what that means right, it’s that himself as Messiah will be in the heart of the earth for three days and three nights.

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The Latter Prophets follow Psalms and the Wisdom books in the Greek Septuagint, as well as our Christian Old Testament of the Bible. Early Christian tradition compared the Resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day in the tomb to Jonah's three days.

Let me just take it up a notch. Let me just say I don't necessarily believe the whale swallowed Jonah and he lived in his belly for three days. It wouldn't shock me if he was swallowed in the belly of a whale, he was dead, and God decided to resuscitate that dead body and spit him up.

Our Old Testament has some other resuscitations in : Todd Wagner. In the case of Jonah and the Whale, God used the 'whale' as a vehicle to convince Jonah to do what God wanted.

I think is just a "parable" like many other Jesus's parables in the New Testament, the story of Jonah in "Old Testament" is just an illustration of God's authority and greatness depicted in OT.

The Book of Jonah was written in. The Old Testament: The Book of Jonah – Finally, the Whale Story Posted on August 4, by virgowriter One of things I enjoyed about Graduate school (the first time around, when I got an MA in English) was that I was finally positioned to read some of the cornerstones of English literature—many of which I never would have on my own.

The Book of Jonah was written as a novel, probably in the post-Exilic period, perhaps as late as the fifth century BCE. Reasons for accepting a quite late date for the book include: Jonah says Nineveh “was” (not “is”)a great city; the legendar.

Elements of Jonah's three days in the belly of a great fish are paralleled in the New testament by Jesus' three days in the tomb.

This is mentioned as being so. cited when we look at Jonah) (Apocalypse Explained [AE] [11]) " particulars [in the book of Jonah] are historical, and yet prophetical, involving and representing such arcana, as do all the other historicals of the Word." (AC [2]) But then we find a startling, thought-provoking passage in the work called SpiritualFile Size: KB.

Jonah is archetype of Jesus, which He confirmed in own words: Bible Gateway passage: Matthew - New International Version A Bible scholar would probably point many more similarities between Jonah and Jesus, so I’ll point just the most obvi.

Jonah understands the Lord's character, his merciful history. He knows the Lord has been faithful to the Israelites and to him as an individual. Chapter 2 is an example of Jonah's knowledge. Jonah is the only prophet whom Jesus likened to Himself. Matthew Jonah’s experience is a type of the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ.

Unlike all other Old testament books, Jonah revolves exclusively around a Gentile nation. Nineveh was a world empire for about years. ( B.C.) From Jonah’s home:File Size: 85KB.

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