Definition of Book of Jonah
1. Noun. A book in the Old Testament that tells the story of Jonah and the whale.
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1. The Book of the Twelve Prophets Commonly Called the Minor by George Adam Smith (1898)
"CHAPTER XXXIV THE Book of Jonah THE Book of Jonah is cast throughout in the form of ... No : the peculiarity of the Book of Jonah is not the presence of ..."
2. Travel and Adventure in the Territory of Alaska: Formerly Russian America by Frederick Whymper (1868)
"... Camp yarns — Indian version of the Book of Jonah — Cowichan Lake — Rafting experiences—The " Rampant Raft"— Brown's Camp —Acquisition of a canoe. ..."
3. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1902)
"1 Thus, poetically interpreted, the book of Jonah is full of spiritual meaning—meaning all the ... For the intepretation of the book of Jonah on the lines ..."
4. The Bible as Literature by Richard Green Moulton, John Punnett Peters, Alexander Balmain Bruce (1896)
"THE Book of Jonah. BY THE REV. JAMES M. WHITON, PH.D. Brooklyn, New York. TFa precious stone were to be estimated, not for -*• its color or brilliancy, ..."