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The Ancient Rime of Jonah

Fenske, Hans

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ISBN 10: 1483654419 / ISBN 13: 9781483654416
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Title: The Ancient Rime of Jonah

Publisher: XLIBRIS


Book Condition:Very Good

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The Ancient Rime of Jonah recounts the experiences of the prophet Jonah after he has returned home from his epic journey. The narrator recognizes the prophet as he enters the city gates and is anxious to hear his tale. Soon his audience is captivated by the emotional account of his interactions with sailors, a great fish, the people of Nineveh and the almighty God. There lay the sea - the spacious sea. O, how its vats do teem With living things both great and small, abundant and pristine. His adventure dramatizes the truth that the same mercy and forgiveness available from God to Jonah is also available to his enemies when they repent and believe.

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Hans Fenske lives with his wife, Karen, and their three sons in the city of Tampa, Florida. He graduated locally from the University of South Florida studying both English Education and Elementary Education. He has been teaching elementary in at-risk schools for 18 years. He is an assistant pastor at his church and is currently enrolled in Charis Bible College-Florida. He was inspired to combine his literary background and knowledge of scripture to retell Bible stories in a new way to convey the character of God.

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