Book of Ezekiel


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  • noun

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an Old Testament book containing Ezekiel's prophecies of the downfall of Jerusalem and Judah and their subsequent restoration

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50-75) Petter turns to the Book of Ezekiel and especially to the sign act narrated in the early chapters of the book.
Clearly, ben adam is characteristic of the Book of Ezekiel.
The most notorious case of near extinction was the Book of Ezekiel.
We know he drives you and what's left of his congregation crazy with his theories about UFOs and the book of Ezekiel.
The powerful image of a valley filled with dry bones from the Book of Ezekiel (37:1-14) speaks to us literally.
In this substantial study, Poser (academic staff member, Protestant theology, Philipps-Universitat Marburg, Germany) offers an interpretation of the book of Ezekiel as a fictional account drawn from the extreme events and suffering that accompanied the destruction of the Jewish Temple of Jerusalem in the 6th century BCE, the eradication of the Jewish kingdom, and deportation of the Jewish people to Babylon by Nebukanezer in what has been termed a scorched earth policy.
Given the importance of the vision, much more could have been said about its background, imagery, and function within the Book of Ezekiel as a whole.
Exploring the reception and impact of the Old Testament book, they consider different parts of it, different periods ranging from the New Testament to the present, and different approaches to the Book of Ezekiel in modern biblical studies.
This collection of essays includes nine papers, seven of which were initially presented at the SBL Seminar on Theological Perspectives on the Book of Ezekiel in 1997 and 1998.
They first appear in the Pentateuch and were associated with the end times in the book Of Ezekiel.
This collection, inspired by the Seminar on Theological Perspectives on the Book of Ezekiel held as a part of the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, focuses on the unusually strong concentration of the book on hierarchy and, despite some protests to the contrary in and out of the academe, its continued relevance to modern study and practice.