A raging storm, a rebellious prophet, a giant fish . The remarkable journey of Jonah has captured the imaginations of believers and been scorned by skeptics. Henry Morris offers strong support for the truth of the story. Can a man live for three days inside a fish? Did Jonah actually die, and live again? What is Jonah's significance for the 21st century? Discover the answers when you read this fascinating commentary.
Audience: General ICR Item Number: BREJO1
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 135 Vendor: New Leaf Publishing Publication Date: 2003
Dimensions: 9.0 X 6.0 X .37 (inches) ISBN: 0890514070 ISBN-13: 9780890514078 Availability: In Stock
A Bold Defense of the Truthfulness of the Old Testament Rich insights from one of the world's best Bible commentators Historical context blends well with the devotional aspects of the book The third volume in the author's popular "Remarkable..." series The collection of books known as the Bible contains history's greatest stories. One of the most intriguing -- and controversial -- is the Book of Jonah. Tucked-in near the end of the Hebrew scriptures, the book chronicles the almost-legendary story of a prophet sent to preach to one of the ancient world's most brutal regimes, Assyria. And that is precisely the problem with Jonah; was he real? Or, was he some mixture of myth and truth?