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Classic Commentaries and Studies on Jonah (8 vols.)
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A runaway prophet, a miraculous deliverance, a national revival, an embittered messenger—the book of Jonah is a biblical tale told from the intersection of tragedy, comedy, and divine oracle. Although it makes for riveting reading, it’s sometimes difficult to bridge the gap from Jonah’s reluctant yet extraordinary ministry to the day-to-day challenges of modern life. But this collection of commentaries and studies from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries demonstrates that the prophet’s message is timeless—and so is the tendency to shirk from proclaiming God’s message to the world.

Featuring contributions from scholars across the theological spectrum, this collection provides insight into the various approaches taken to Jonah. In addition to commentaries, you’ll find numerous books drawn from sermons and lectures, providing not only solid outlines and analyis of every passage, but also clear application to the ordinary Christian.

In the Logos editions, these volumes are enhanced by amazing functionality. Important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Perform powerful searches to find exactly what you’re looking for. Take the discussion with you using tablet and mobile apps. With Logos Bible Software, the most efficient and comprehensive research tools are in one place, so you get the most out of your study.

Jumpstart your study of Jonah with Lexham Bible Guide: Jonah.

Key Features

  • Highlights Jonah’s relevance to everyday life
  • Includes contributions from scholars across the theological spectrum
  • Features sermons, lectures, and commentaries

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An Exposition upon the Prophet Jonah: Contained in Certain Sermons, Preached in S. Marie’s Church in Oxford

  • Author: George Abbot
  • Publisher: Richard Field
  • Publication Date: 1600
  • Pages: 638

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Before becoming the Archbishop of Canterbury, Anglican Divine George Abbot preached these sermons to the congregation at St. Mary’s Church in Oxford. Abbot was deeply committed to Reformation principles, and his sermons on Jonah emphasize the personal piety and prophetic voice of that burgeoning movement. Abbot works systematically through every verse, highlighting points of personal application, commenting on the book’s relevance to his era, and urging his listeners toward spiritual devotion and passion.

George Abbot (1562–1633) was an Anglican Divine and Archbishop of Canterbury. Well-known for his fiery devotion to the Reformation, he was a polarizing figure and was often accused of treating Roman Catholics too harshly. He is the author of Geography, or a Brief Description of the Whole World.

Six Lectures on the Book of Jonah

  • Author: J.W. Cunningham
  • Publisher: J. Hatchard and Son
  • Publication Date: 1833
  • Pages: 163

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In these lectures, J.W. Cunningham sticks close to the text as he works systematically through the entire book of Jonah. His tight outlines and salient application draw out spiritual principles that transcend the cultural trappings of his era.

J.W. Cunningham (1780–1861) was an Anglican clergyman and writer. He is the author of The Velvet Cushion, Church of England Missions, and Observations on Friendly Societies.

A Comment on Ruth: And Notes upon Jonah

  • Author: Thomas Fuller
  • Publisher: William Tegg
  • Publication Date: 1868
  • Pages: 213

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Thomas Fuller’s Notes on Jonah extend only through the first few verses of the first chapter—but they’re full of the razor-sharp wit, spot-on application, and passionate spiritual appeals that made him a beloved and authoritative writer and clergyman. This volume also includes the entirety of his A Comment on Ruth.

Thomas Fuller (1608–1661) was an Anglican clergyman and church historian. He is the author of The History of the University of Cambridge since the Conquest, The History of Waltham Abbey, and The Holy State and the Prophane State.

Lectures upon Jonah: Delivered at York, in the Year of Our Lord 1594

  • Author: John King
  • Publisher: James Nichol
  • Publication Date: 1864
  • Pages: 488

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The bishop of London in tumultuous sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England, John King was a prolific preacher and lecturer throughout his long career. In this extensive commentary culled from his lectures on Jonah, King works through every verse of the prophet’s book, making pointed application of its message to the spiritual and political turmoil of his day.

John King (c. 1559–1621) was a Calvinist theologian and the bishop of London from 1611–1621.

Lectures on the Book of Jonah

  • Author: Alex MacPherson
  • Publisher: Charles Zeigler
  • Publication Date: 1849
  • Pages: 158

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In this volume published especially for his congregation, Alex MacPherson works systematically through the entire book of Jonah. Rendered in an off-the-cuff style, these talks draw spiritual lessons and practical application from a book exploring the challenge of obeying God—even when he asks you to do the unthinkable.

Alex MacPherson was Presbyterian minister and father of the Australian politician John Alexander MacPherson.

Glimpses of Prophet Life: Lessons from the History of Jonah

  • Author: Adam Stuart Muir
  • Publisher: Shepherd & Elliot Princes
  • Publication Date: 1857
  • Pages: 234

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Arguing that the book of Jonah should be read more as an autobiography than a prophecy, Adam Stuart Muir undertakes a study of Jonah’s character. What kind of man would dare flout God’s command—and then have the audacity write about it? In these sermons, Muir reveals that Jonah paid dearly for his disobedience—but God’s severe mercy ultimately led to the prophet’s repentance and redemption.

Adam Stuart Muir was a nineteenth-century minister in Boston, Massachusetts. He was a dear friend to James Buchanan.

The Book of Jonah: An Easy Introduction to the Hebrew Language

  • Author: Alexander Mitchell
  • Publisher: Samuel Bagster and Sons
  • Publication Date: 1873
  • Pages: 89

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One of the tried and true methods for learning the Hebrew language is to work systematically through a book of the Bible. In this guide to translating the book of Jonah, Alexander Mitchell translates every word, analyzes its grammar, and provides guidance on pronunciation. By working through the book in this way, Mitchell reinforces rules and conventions of the Hebrew language as they recur throughout the book.

Alexander Mitchell was a Scottish church historian and Hebrew scholar. He published numerous works on the Westminster Standards, including Minutes of the Westminster Assembly and The Westminster Assembly.

Jonah, the Self-Willed Prophet: A Practical Exposition of the Book of Jonah

  • Author: Stuart Mitchell
  • Publisher: Claxton, Remsen, & Haffelfinger
  • Publication Date: 1875
  • Pages: 247

In this translation and commentary, Presbyterian minister Stuart Mitchell explores the historical and cultural context of the book of Jonah. His clear exposition gleans spiritual lessons from the life of the “self-willed” prophet.

Stuart Mitchell was a nineteenth-century Presbyterian minister.