, "Jew and Christian in a New Society: Some Aspects of Jewish-Christian Relationships in the United States, 1848-1881," (Korn, 565); Louis Harap, The Image of the Jew in American Literature: From Early Republic to Mass Immigration (Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society, 1974); Louise A.
His flight to Tarshish
is typical of a monk in the advanced stages of pride who can no longer remain in the monastery and who reenters the world (20); but the poet thus also aligns his portrayal of Jonah with Bernard's metaphor in which "the world is the belly of the whale.
He even laments that he knew God was compassionate: "That is why I fled to Tarshish
at the beginning" (4:2).
Gaby Semn, mayor of Tarshish
, urged the government to speak out against Hezbollah's alleged bid to install a telecoms network.
Jonah, on the other hand, is terrified by the prospect of prophesying to Nineveh, and he grabs the first boat out of town, "to Tarshish
The judges were: Daniel Tarshish
, Deputy Head of Mission of the British Deputy High Commission at Karachi, Dr.
For example, the four great beasts of Daniel's prophecy stood in The First Book for four hated imperial magistrates, Bute, Mansfield, Bernard and Hutchinson, while ships loaded with Indian tea were biblical "ships from Tarshish
He tried to flee to Tarshish
at the end of the world, but the sea became tempestuous.
49a Jehoshaphat constructed Tarshish
ships to sail to Ophir for gold.
Moreover, the Tarshish
of prophecy was predicted to be the preeminent sea power at the time of Israel's restoration, using both its own maritime prowess as well as the support of the "young lions thereof'--referring, of course, to Britain's colonies--to complete its task.
8 percent stake in Ukrainian Innovation Bank through Tarshish
Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary, for USD136m.
14) Although Tarshish
may be used later in Scripture to refer to Tartessus in Spain, I believe with a number of other scholars that in Genesis 10, it refers to an area closer to the Aegean.