Jonah A wonderfully readable study of the grace of God and the twistedness of man s heart

  • Title: Jonah
  • Author: O. Palmer Robertson
  • ISBN: 9780851515755
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Paperback
  • A wonderfully readable study of the grace of God and the twistedness of man s heart.

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    1. Insightful! There are so many gems packed in this small book that both reveal the depth of Jonah's book and penetrates into the heart of the reader:"It would be far better to starve to death with your heart filled with the word of God than to be stuffed with food and be empty in your soul. Jonah was privileged beyond measure because the word of the Lord came to him. But you are even more privileged. You know from the incarnate Word of God where to find salvation and how to live your life. Be sur [...]

    2. This book was a tremendous blessings with many profound insights. It greatly helped me in my writing a workbook in the book of Jonah. The author focuses heavily on compassion which is something my heart needs a more of as many times I am so unlike my Lord. You would do well to read through this small but profound book.

    3. O Palmer Robertson is a top-notch Biblical scholar, with a PhD and a long teaching career. He is best known for his AMAZING books on covenant theology (The Israel of God, Christ of the Covenants, etc.). But he has also been a pastor (Presbyterian - PCA) and loves to exegete. This little book (about 65 pages) is packed full of great theological and practical insight. An amazing value at $4! Even better for me was Sinclair Ferguson's (out of print) 1981 Man Overboard. Similar theology to Robertson [...]

    4. This is a great little practical commentary weighing in at a mere 64 pages. O. Palmer Robertson has done a great job with providing pithy comments that really get to the heart of the book of Jonah. I really do wish there were more commentaries like this. It's not very detailed and is rather simple, but it is highly effective and devotional, not getting bogged down into too many details. My only minor complaint is that the typesetting on quotes and Bible references ought to have been more consist [...]

    5. Os cinco capítulos do livro parecem ser cinco sermões do autor sobre todo o livro de Jonas. Senti falta de uma introdução e conclusão. O livro começa e termina abruptamente. Gostei da leitura. Contém excelentes “insights” para quem pretende entender e anunciar a mensagem do livro de Jonas: a compaixão do Deus misericordioso para com pecadores de todas as nações.

    6. A delightful little book/tract on Jonah and its overarching theme of compassion. Helpful for a light refresher on the minor fish borne prophet, or as a little introduction. Worth the few bucks, and couple of hours spent on it.

    7. This book was okay. Not great, not terrible. I expected great because Robertson's other books have been very helpful for me.

    8. A simple, short book on Jonah. It brought some great things to light that I had never previously realized in studying Jonah.

    9. Simply a running commentary on the book of Jonah. Agree with Robertson's theology just thought these sermons lacked overacrching unity.

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