Ezekiel

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Westminster John Knox Press, Jan 1, 2010
 

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A historical-critical, heavy on the critical, commentary on Ezekiel. While the Interpretation series generally does feature some contetxtual, often historical-critical commentary, it generally does so ... Read full review

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
12
Reading Ezekiel
12
The Prophet Himself
12
The Historical Context of Ezekiels Message
12
Ezekiels Prophetic Call
15
428 The Throne Vision
17
1315 Prophetic Commissioning
23
1621 The Prophet as Sentry
28
136 A Shipwreck Observed
118
110 The Godlike King of Tyre
121
1119 The King of Tyre in Eden
123
2026 Sidon Concluding Remarks
125
13232 Egypt
126
116 The Great Dragon Is Dead
128
1721 Egypt in Exchange for Tyre
131
119 The Day of Egypt
133

2227 Ezekiels Loss of Speech
31
The Fall of the House of Judah
33
18 Act I Jerusalem Besieged
34
917 Act II Siege Rations
37
14 Act III The Results of the Siege
38
517 This Is Jerusalem
39
The Approaching Judgment
40
127 Intimations of the End
44
The Temple Vision
51
16 Scene I
53
713 Scene II
54
1415 Scene III
55
16 Scene IV
56
111 The Seven Agents of Destruction
57
122 Departure of the kabod and Burning of the City
59
113 The Pot and the Meat
60
1425 Vindication of the Deported and End of the Vision
62
True and False Prophecy
64
116 A Refugees Baggage
65
1720 Fear and Trembling
66
2128 Popular Reaction to Ezekiels Prophesying
67
19 Empty Words Empty Visions
68
1016 The Whitewashed Wall
70
111 Consulting the Prophet
71
1223 Noah Daniel and Job
72
Images of Israel
74
18 The Useless Vine
75
163 The Nymphomaniac Bride
76
124 The Great Eagles
80
132 Moral Accountability
81
114 The Lioness and Her Cubs the Vine
84
The Last Phase of the History
86
45217 Fire and Sword
91
832 His Terrible Swift Sword
92
131 The Unholy City
95
149 The Two Sisters
98
Jerusalem Besieged The Beginning of the End
102
Judgment on the Nations
107
17 Ammon
112
811 Moab
113
1214 Edom
114
1517 Philistines
115
121 Tyre Will Be Inundated
116
2026 Pharaohs Broken Arm
136
118 The Felling of the Great Cedar
137
116 Lament for a Dead Dragon
139
1732 Egypts Welcome in the Underworld
141
The Fall of Jerusalem
145
19 The Prophet as SentryAgain
146
1020 How Can We Survive?
147
2122 The Fall of Jerusalem Announced
149
2329 A Disputed Claim to the Land of Israel
150
3033 Prophecy as Entertainment
152
Resurrection and Restoration
155
13615 Mountains of Edom Mountains of Israel
161
1638 Internal Renewal
164
114 The Bones of the Dead Come Alive
170
1528 Reunification
174
Gog of the Land of Magog
179
19 Gog and His Allies
183
1016 The Enemy War Plans
185
1723 Later Fulfillment of the Prophecy
186
116 Defeat of the Invaders and Disposal of the Slain
187
1724 A Feast for the Birds of Prey
189
2529 Summary of Ezekiels Message of Hope
190
Vision of the New Temple and Commonwealth
193
14 Ezekiel Transported in Vision to Jerusalem
199
516 The Enclosure Wall and the East Gate
201
1737 The Outer Court and Outer and Inner Gates
202
3847 Facilities for Sacrifice and Temple Personnel
204
48414 The Threeroomed Temple
205
526 Other Structures Features and Measurements
207
120 208 Sacristies Final Measurements
208
112 The Return of the kabod
210
13443 The Altar and Closed Gate
213
431 Liturgical Personnel and Their Functions
217
18 The Land an Extension of the Sanctuary
222
917 Duties and Perquisites of the Secular Ruler
224
18468 Cultic Responsibilities of the Secular Ruler
225
918 Various Appendixes
228
1924 The Temple Kitchens
229
112 Everything Lives Where the River Goes
230
134829 The Ideal Boundaries and Divisions of the Promised Land
232
3035 The New Jerusalem
238
READING LIST
240
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