Outline of Exam Question: question 6
Outline of Exam Question: question 6 Rel 150
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Midterm Examination Outline 10112015 Question 6 What is the Book ofJonah all about Why is it in the Bible What does it tell us about God WhatJonah is all about 0 Jonah was a prophet 0 God told him to sail to the ninivites brutal group of people which Jonah hated and tell them to stop doing what they are doing or God will destroy them Jonah sails the opposite direction 0 God makes massive storm which leads to Jonah being thrown overboard and eaten by a wale o Wale spits him out right at the home of the ninivites 0 He does what God asks him to do and surprisingly the ninivites listen and are spared o Jonah gets mad because he wanted God to destroy his enemies and asks to die quotI would be better off dead then alivequot Shows sel shness 0 Why is it in the Bible 0 The whole story has a consistent theme of big quotGreat windquot quotGreat fearquot quotGreat fish quotGreat city of Niniveeahquot etc 0 With this theme it is supposed to show the reader how powerful and how large of a scale God really is 0 Also shown to help forgive our enemies even if they are your nemesis Tells us about God 0 God is merciful o God s love is for everyone 0 God does not pick sides 0
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