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Ezekiel 21-37 : a new translation with introduction and commentary

Author: Moshe Greenberg
Publisher: New York : Doubleday, 1997.
Series: Bible., v. 22A.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Compared to Isaiah and Jeremiah, the two other major biblical prophets, Ezekiel is perhaps the most misunderstood and challenging Hebrew prophet. This is particularly true in Ezekiel 21-37 where the prophet's visions and prophecies take us into heavenly realms, completely uncharted territory for human beings. The world's leading Bible scholar who deals with the problematic prophet, Moshe Greenberg, Ph. D., explains  Read more...
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Bible. O.T. Ezekiel XXI-XXXVII. English. Greenberg. 1997.
Ezekiel 21-37.
New York : Doubleday, 1997
(OCoLC)756464183
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Moshe Greenberg
ISBN: 0385182007 9780385182003
OCLC Number: 37043985
Notes: Paging continues that of translator's Ezekiel 1-20, pub. 1983 as Anchor Bible, v. 22.
Description: pages 394-760 ; 24 cm.
Contents: XX. God's sword (21:1-37) --
XXI. Jerusalem all defiled and corrupt (22:1-31) --
XXII. The Wanton sisters (23:1-49) --
XXIII. Teh filthy pot (24:1-14) --
XXIV. Disaster that constrains and releases (24:15-27) --
XXV. Against four bad neighbors (25:1-17) --
XXVI. Tyre wiped out (26:1-21) --
XXVII. The shipwreck of Tyre (27:1-36) --
XXVIII. The fall of Tyre's hubristic leader (28:1-10) --
XXIX. The fall of Tyre's King: a mythical version (28:11-19) --
XXX. Sidon's doom; God's vindication (28:20- 26) --
XXXI. Egypt's fall and restoration (29:1-16) --
XXXII. An amendment to the Tyre Orqacles (29:17-21) --
XXXIII. Egypt's doomsday (30:1-19) --
XXXIV. Egypt disarmed, Babylon armed (30: 20-26) --
XXXV. Assyria a lesson to Egypt (31:1-18) --
XXXVI. A Dirge over Pharaoh (32:1-16) --
XXXVII. Pharaoh in the Netherworld (32:17-32) --
XXXVIII. Doom Prophecy is a call to repent (33:1-20) --
XXXIX. Release from dumbness (33:21-22) --
XL. Unregenerate communities (33:23-33) --
XLI. Shepherds bad and good (34:1- 31) --
XLII. Reclaiming and renewing the land (35:1-36:15) --
XLIII. Restoration for the sake of God (36:16-38) --
XLIV. The resurrectional metaphor of national restoration (37:1-14) --
XLV. Reuniting the two kingdoms of Israel and Judah (37:15-28). i
Series Title: Bible., v. 22A.
Other Titles: Bible.
AB
Responsibility: Moshe Greenberg.
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Compared to Isaiah and Jeremiah, the two other major biblical prophets, Ezekiel is perhaps the most misunderstood and challenging Hebrew prophet. This is particularly true in Ezekiel 21-37 where the prophet's visions and prophecies take us into heavenly realms, completely uncharted territory for human beings. The world's leading Bible scholar who deals with the problematic prophet, Moshe Greenberg, Ph. D., explains Ezekiel's confusing language and images with a clear translation and thorough explanation of the text. This long-awaited second volume of the author's Anchor Bible commentary on Ezekiel lives up to the reader's expectations in its insight and scholarship, and in its authoritative treatment of all the important questions and issues raised by the prophet Ezekiel.

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