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The Book of Jonah was written about and by the minor prophet Jonah, about God's mercy on the Gentiles. The key verse is 2:2, "Out of the belly of Sheol I cried, And You heard my voice."
  • Bible Basics: Jonah

    Presents an overview of the story of Jonah, its authorship, significant sections, and Matthew Henry commentary, as well as the Biblical Studies Foundation's study of Jonah.

  • Bible.org:Jonah

    Provides a commentary of the Book of Jonah which delves into the history and what was going on at the time. It focuses on Jonah's disobedience, God's reaction to it, and prayer, as well as lessons learned from the book.

  • Book of Jonah: Bible Survey

    Consists of details about the authorship, date of writing, purpose of writing, and key verses.

  • Jonah of the Bible

    Dividing the book into sections on the mission, Jonah's reaction, God's mercy, and Jonah's hard heart, this article dissects the book and comes up with the resolution, the fact that God is in control.

  • Jonah: The Prophet Without Compassion

    A short outline of the Book of Jonah, introspective questions about the themes, and a prayer.

  • Study Notes on Jonah

    Contains an audio introduction, the Hebrew narrative, plot and structure, narrative and style, and two parts to the book.

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