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YONAH (Book of Jonah)  Massoretic, Hebrew, Aramaic, JPS, Kaplan texts of Genesis from the Jewish Publication Society Bible

Jonah Jewish Encyclopedia

Yonah – Jonah text with Rashi’s commentary – Complete Jewish Bible

Jonah – Expositor’s Bible Commentray

Expository Notes on Jonah  Thomas L. Constable  expository notes on Jonah.

New International Version (NIV) (Book of Jonah) On-Line

New English Translation (NET) (Book of Jonah) On-Line

Jonah  – at Luther Seminary’s Enter the Bible. Study basics about Bible books, people, dates, places.

Jonah  Wikipedia

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Jonah Walk Thru the Bible

Jonah  – Geneva Study Bible

Jonah  – Matthew Henry’s Commentary

Jonah  – Wesley’s Explanatory Notes

Jonah – Robert Jamieson’s Commentary

Critical and Explanatory on the whole Bible

Jonah – Scofield Reference Notes

Jonah – Dr Bob Utley

Jonah – World Wide Study Bible

Jonah – Bible Notes

Commentary 10 : Hosea to Malachi        Charles Simeon

Jonah – Micah – Nahum Calvin’s Commentaries  

 

Introduction to Jonah  David Malick

Argument of Jonah – Outline  David Malick

Outline of Jonah                        Robert Dunston

Introductory Matters Concerning Jonah               Robert Dunston     

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Eighth Century Minor Prophets: Amos, Hosea, Jonah And Micah                         Bob Utley

Men Spake from God                                   H.L. Ellison

Beyond Messages: How Meaning Emerges from Our Reading of Jonah         Barbara Green

Study of Jonah                       Hampton Keathley IV

Jonah                                  Homer Heater Jr

Study Notes on Jonah includes Hebrew narative                Tim Bulkeley

Jonah: The Prodigal Prophet                  Bob Deffinbaugh

Extending the signs: Jonah in Scriptural Reasoning Rachel Muers

Jonah and Genre                  T. Desmond Alexander

Jonah’s Mission: Intercultural and Interreligious Perspetives                  Frieder Ludwig

A Whale of a Tale: Fundamentalist Fish Stories                         Edward B. Davis

Text Analysis and the Genre of Jonah Part 1                               Ernst R. Wendland

Text Analysis and the Genre of Jonah Part 2                                Ernst R. Wendland

The Exaggerated God of Jonah                                            Terence E. Fretheim  

The Authenticity of Jonah, Article 1                                       Robert Dick Wilson

The Authenticity of Jonah, Article 2                                       Robert Dick Wilson

Narrative and Paradox in Jonah                       David Lillegard

The Problem of the Book of Jonah.                       G. Ch. Aalders

Jonah Among The Prophets: A Study In Canonical Context                              Elmer Dyck

Gleanings -The Prophet Jonah            The Editors in SIDIC Periodical

Jonah                  Al Maxey

Stormology – Sometimes, as with Jonah, we rush into storms when we are running away from God            Bill Lawrence

Jonah – Reading the Old Testament                     Barry Bandstra

Jonah, God’s Objectionable Mercy, and the Way of Wisdom   W. L. Moberly

Jonah’s Lesson in Divine Mercy    Uriel Simon.    Scholars have long disagreed on the central message of the Book of Jonah; a strong contender is that Jonah plays out the ancient drama of Divine Mercy vs. Strict Justice

The End of Jonah is the Beginning of Wisdom                   Philippe Guillaume

Eternal Delight and Deliciousness: The Book of Jonah After Ten Years           Thomas M. Bolin

Reading the Rainbow  Rachel Muers

The Intertextual Israelite Jonah Face a L’empire: The Post-Colonial Significance of the Book’s Cotexts and Purported Neo-Assyrian Context                Daniel Timmer

Reading the Sign of Jonah: A Commentary on our Biblical Reasoning  Chad Pecknold

The Sign of Jonah                 James T. Dennison, Jr

Theodicy and the Nature of God in Nahum and Jonah               Sandy Haney

The Prophet Jonah in Early Christian Art                Joan E. Barclay Lloid

The Book of Jonah and the Day of Atonement                  Jonathan Magonet

Jonah’s Oar: Christian Typology in Jacob of Serug’s Memra 122 on Jonah                    Robert A. Kitchen

Assyrian Nobles and the Book of Jonah       Paul J. N. Lawrence

Jesus and Jonah                  Benoit Standaert     

Jonah’s Nineveh               Donald J. Wiseman

Death in Life: the Book of Jonah and Biblical Tragedy                        Branson L. Woodard

The Distribution of Divine Names in Jonah                 F. D. Kidner

A Prophetic Reflection on Divine Forgiveness: The Integration of the Book of Jonah into the Book of the Twelve                  Jakob Wohrle

The Prophet Jonah in the Qur’an         Thomas Michel

Conversation Analysis and the Book of Jonah: A Conversation       Cynthia L. Miller, Kenneth M. Craig, Jr., and Raymond F. Person Jr

Gathering at the Table for Scripture Study: A Jewish-Christian-Muslim Trialogue about Jonah Texts  Michael G. Cartwright

Should our Children Swallow the Whale?                 Mary Travers

Jonah’s Sailors and Their Lot Casting: A Rhetorical-Critical Observation Jonah 1:7                Brent A. Strawn

When the Wheels Come Off: Homiletical Reflections on Jonah 2         Stephen W. Ramp

Jonah: Deliverance and the Sovereignty of God                          Donn K. Rojeski

Who Was the ‘King of Nineveh’ in Jonah 3:6?                  Paul Ferguson

Caught Up in a Story of Wild Proportions                         Greg Herrick

“And Many Beasts” (Jonah 4:11): The Function and Status of Animals in the Book of Jonah            Yael Shemesh

The Object Lesson of Jonah 4:5-7 and the Purpose of the Book of Jonah        John H. Walton

Jonah 4:11 and the Metaprophetic Character of the Book of Jonah               Ehud Ben Zvi

The Function of b+yh in Jonah 4 and Its Translation                  Yoo-ki Kim

 

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