Vol. 3, No. 1 (June 2003): Extending the Signs: Jonah in Scriptural Reasoning

Extending the Signs: Jonah in Scriptural Reasoning

Co-Editors
William Wesley Elkins, Drew University
Willie Young, King’s College (Pennsylvania)

Associate Editor
Kurt Anders Richardson, McMaster University

Guest Editor
Rachel Muers, University of Cambridge

Founding Editor
Peter Ochs, University of Virginia

Editorial Assistant
William Heckner, King’s College

Introduction

Extending the Signs: Jonah in Scriptural Reasoning
Rachel Muers, Girton College, University of Cambridge

Articles

Jonah, God’s Objectionable Mercy, and the Way of Wisdom
R. W. L. Moberly, University of Durham

An Insight Into the Prayer of Jonah (p) in the Qur’an
Asma Mermer and Umeyye Yazicioglu, University of Virginia

Sign of Jonah: Aide Memoire of Cambridge Society for Biblical Reasoning (CSBR)

Reading the Rainbow
Rachel Muers, University of Cambridge

Reading the Sign of Jonah: A Commentary on our Biblical Reasoning
Chad Pecknold, University of Cambridge

Gathering at the Table for Scripture Study: A Jewish-Christian-Muslim Trialogue about Jonah Texts
Michael G. Cartwright, University of Indianapolis

Jonahic Hermeneutics: How “We” “name” G-d
William Wesley Elkins, Drew University