Similarities Between Jonah And The Big Fish

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Jonah and the Big Fish The book of Jonah is supposed to be a book of many adventures and wonder. The book of Jonah is taught to little children to show just how wonderful and powerful God is. Jonah’s is history is not really known and he doesn’t have children or a wife that is known. What we do know is that Jonah has many experiences that brings a question to adult minds unlike children’s mind. For example, how did Jonah survive in the whale and how could this happen. The book should not be taking for truth, but should be taking as a metaphor or a elaborate story. The history of Jonah and the history of the book is filled with wonderment and excitement and telling this story especially to children will involve them wondering and questioning

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