Thorny Bible Passages: Why Did God Use Jonah?

From Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011

Dr. Kent Edwards analyzes God's decision to use Jonah as a prophet even in Jonah's deliberate actions of disobedience. Dr. Edwards teaches that God's grace in Jonah's life embodied the message that Jonah was intended to preach.

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  • J. Kent Edwards  

    • Professor of Preaching and Leadership
    • Director, Doctor of Ministry Program

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    • Megan Wright
    • almost 3 years ago

    That was an excellent message. For so long I've wrestled with Jonah and the story of his life, but this really cleared things up. Thanks!

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