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The only son, or, The history of Jonah Ross and his mother
Alexander, James W.
by American Sunday-School Union, no. 146 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Other titles||Only son, History of Jonah Ross and his mother|
|Statement||written for the American Sunday-School Union and revised by the Committee of Publication.|
|Contributions||American Sunday-School Union. Committee of Publication., American Sunday-School Union,|
|LC Classifications||PZ6.A37 On 1833|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||2009358272|
The Problem of the Book of Jonah Aalders. [p.5] I. The Miraculous Event Jonah, the son ofAmittai, who predicted the victories gained by Jeroboam, the son of Joash, history.’ ‘His story is thus a story with a moral, a parable, a prose poem, like the story of the. Jonah New American Standard Bible (NASB) Jonah’s Disobedience. 1 The word of the Lord came to Jonah the son of Amittai saying, 2 “Arise, go to Nineveh the great city and cry against it, for their wickedness has come up before Me.” 3 But Jonah rose up to flee to Tarshish from the presence of the he went down to Joppa, found a ship which was going to Tarshish, paid the fare and.
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The only son, or, The history of Jonah Ross and his mother Publisher: Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, no. Chestnut Street, Edition/Format: Book: Fiction: Juvenile audience: EnglishSeller Rating: % positive. The Book of Jonah is a book of the Nevi'im ("Prophets") in the Hebrew tells of a Hebrew prophet named Jonah son of Amittai who is sent by God to prophesy the destruction of Nineveh but tries to escape the divine The history of Jonah Ross and his mother book.
Set in the reign of Jeroboam II (– BC), it was probably written in the post-exilic period, some time between the late 5th to early 4th century BC.
"The word or the Lord came unto Jonah, the son of Amittai, saying, Arise go to Nineveh, that great city, and cry against it: for their wickedness is come up before me." Jonah i.1, 2. "So Jonah arose and went unto Nineveh, according to the word of the Lord." Jonah iii "And he cried, and said, Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be overthrown.".
INTRODUCTION. JONAH was the son of Amittai, of Gath-hepher in Zebulun (called Gittah-hepher in Joshua of the ten tribes, not to Judah. His date is to be gathered from 2 Kings entering of Hamath unto the sea of the plain, according to the word of the Lord God of Israel, which He spake by the hand of His servant Jonah, the son of Amittai, the prophet, which was of Gath-hepher.
Jonah's tribal affiliation is disputed; generally assigned to Asher, he is claimed for Zebulun by R. Johanan due to his place of residence. These opinions were harmonized by the assumption that his mother was of Asher while his father was of Zebulun. According to another authority, his mother was the woman of Zarephath who entertained Elijah.
The Book of Jonah (Yonah יונה) is one of the twelve minor prophets included in the Tanakh. According to one tradition, Jonah was the boy brought back to life by Elijah the prophet in 1 Kings Another tradition holds that he was the son of the woman of Shunem brought back to life by Elisha in 2 Kings 4 and that he is called the "son of Amittai" (Truth) due to his mother's recognition of Born: 9th century BCE.
Book of Jonah, 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 a narrative about the man. Jonah is.
Jonah belongs only seemingly to the prophets who were also writers; for the book bearing his name does not afford the least evidence of having been written by the prophet himself. It merely tells his history, as the Books of the Kings tell of Elijah, Elisha, Micaiah, or Yimlah ben Zimlah.
Accordingly, I see Jonah as living during the days of Jeroboam II. While there is some uncertainty as to the precise years of his reign, most scholars accept his reign as being around B.C. to B.C.
So, if Jonah was the son of the widow at Zarephath, he would have been around 80 years old at the beginning of Jeroboam II’s reign. Book of Jonah. This book professes to give an account of what actually took place in the experience of the critics have sought to interpret the book as a parable or Allegory, and not as a have done so for various reasons.
The book is named after its principal character, whose name means “dove”; see the simile used of Ephraim in Hos to portray the northern kingdom as “easily deceived and senseless.” See also Ps ; and notes.
Though the book does not identify its author, tradition has ascribed it to the prophet himself, Jonah son of Amittai. Jonah Now the word of the Lord came unto Jonah the son of Amittai, &c.] Or, "and the word of the Lord was" F12; not that this is to be considered as connected with something the prophet had on his mind and in his thoughts when he began to write this book; or as a part detached from a prophecy not now extant; for it is no unusual thing with the Hebrews to begin books after this manner.
The Book of Jonah Preface Those of you who are familiar with the story of Jonah and the whale know that Jonah hopped a ship heading in the opposite direction when God commanded him to go preach to the Ninevites. You will also remember how God provided Jonah with a “living submarine” to get him back where he belonged.
Jonah was from the region that would later be known as Galilee. One Jewish tradition holds that Jonah was the son of the widow of Zarephath whom Elizah raised form the dead in 1 Kings3.
Jonah was a contemporary of Jereboam II of Israel ( B.C.) 4. He ministered after the time of Elisha and just before the time of Amos.
Raymond Calkins in his book, The Modern Message of the Minor Prophets, writes: "[Jonah] is not literal history—it is not a short story but an allegory, similar to the Parables of Jesus." Calkins, on page of his book, illustrates this with his list of allegorical meanings: Jonah represents the people of Size: KB.
There was a Jonah, son of Amittai, who lived during the eighth century B.C. in the northern Kingdom 23 under the reign of Jeroboam II (c.
B.C.; 2 Ki. ) 3. Jeroboam increased Israel’s borders in accordance with Jonah’s prophecy (2 Ki. ) 4. While the author could have been someone who obtained the information about the. Jonah Woodson Hex is a western comic book antihero appearing in comic books published in the USA by DC character was created by writer John Albano and artist Tony is a surly and cynical bounty hunter whose face is horribly scarred on the right side.
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The book of Jonah demonstrates the sovereignty of the Almighty as he employs his creation to accomplish the divine plan. The Lord controlled the elements of weather (Jon.
11, 13, 15; ), and he prepared a sea-creature, a vine, and a worm to do his. The Book of Jonah. Authorship. The only reference to Jonah in a historical context is found in 2 Kings where Jonah prophesies the restoration of Israel’s borders.
This places the prophet in the eighth century. However, the Book of Jonah is presented in a “non-historical” setting. The parable used was a gourd that shaded Jonah from the hot sun which later withered away when God sent a worm to kill it.
When the hot SON hit Jonah, then God taught him about His mercy, Jonah In a reverse act, God taught the SON OF JONAS BEFORE he went to preach with a vision of a sheet let down from heaven with animals on it, Acts. FROM BABYLON TO AMERICA, THE PROPHECY MOVIE by School for Prophets - Attila Kakarott - Duration: New Haven SDA Temple - Brooklyn, NYviews.Jay D'Ambrosio, M.A.
is an ancient history teacher and the author of Rethinking Adolescence: Using Story to Navigate Life's Uncharted Years (Rowman & Littlefield Education, ), as well as "Egyptian Influence on Early Israelite Literature" (Aeon: A Journal of Myth, Science, and Ancient History, ).He also serves on the History Department Advisory Board at Slippery Rock University.Apart from the book traditionally ascribed to him, Jonah is mentioned only once in the Old Testament, 2 Kingswhere it is stated that the restoration by Jeroboam II (see Jeroboam) of the borders of Israel against the incursions of foreign invaders was a fulfillment of the "word of the Lord the God of Israel, which he spoke by his servant.