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Ezekiel

Author: Peter C Craigie
Publisher: Philadelphia : Westminster Press, ©1983.
Series: Daily study Bible--Old Testament.; Daily study Bible series (Westminster Press)
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter C Craigie
ISBN: 0664218075 9780664218072 0664245749 9780664245740
OCLC Number: 9413227
Description: x, 321, [1] pages ; 20 cm.
Contents: Setting the stage (1:1-3) --
Ezekiel's vision (1:4-28) --
Ezekiel's vocation (2:1-7) --
Eating the scroll (2:8-3:3) --
Ministry to stubborn people (3:4-15) --
Commissioned as a watchman (3:16-21) --
Commissioned to confinement (3:22-27) --
The symbol of Jerusalem under attack (4:1-3) --
Actions symbolising judgment (4:4-8) --
The symbolism of Ezekiel's diet (4:9-17) The shearing of the prophet's hair (5:1-4) --
The shearing of Jerusalem (5:5-12) --
A reproach among the nations (5:13-17) --
A message to the mountains (6:1-7) --
The therapy of memory (6:8-10) --
The dance of death (6:11-14) --
The tempest of destruction (7:1-27) --
The vision of Jerusalem (8:1-6) --
The art of idolatry (8:7-13) --
Sacral weeping and sun worship (8:14-18) --
Slaughter in the city (9:1-11) --
The scattering of burning coals (10:1-8) --
The vision of the plain renewed (10:9-22) --
Death at the temple gate (11:1-13) --
A mission for those in exile (11:14-25) Exiled from those in exile (11:14-25) --
Dining in the twilight of doom (12:17-20) --
The reversal of ancient proverbs (12:21-28) --
Little foxes, whitewashed walls, and false prophets (13:1-16) --
The daughters of deception (13:17-23) --
The idols of the elders (14:1-11) --
Noah, Daniel and Job (14:12-23) --
The wood of the vine: A parable (15:1-8) --
A love story (16:1-14) --
Love gone astray (16:15-34) --
The judgment of the adulteress (16:35-43a) --
A sinner worse than sister Sodom (16:43b-52) --
The covenant relationship restored (16:53-63) --
A political parable and puzzle (17:1-10) --
The puzzle explained (17:11-21) --
God, the planter (17:22-24) --
The essence of individual responsibility (18:1-20) --
Responsibility and repentance (18:21-32) A lament for young lions (19:1-9) --
A parable of the vine and its branch (19:10-14) --
Rewriting history (20:1-8a) --
A history of failure and forgiveness (20:8b-21a) --
A history of horror (20:21b-31) --
Mutiny or bounty? (20:32-44) --
The sword in the south (20:45-21:7) --
The sharpened sword (21:8-17) --
The sword of the King of Babylon (21:18-27) --
The sword against the Ammonites (21:28-32) --
A catalogue of crime (22:1-16) --
Scrap city (22:17-22) --
Princes, priests, prophets and people condemned (22:23-31) --
A tale of two cities (23:1-21) --
The lot of the lewd (23:22-35) --
The two sisters: A recapitulation (23:36-49) --
The allegory of the rusty pot (24:1-14) --
The death of Ezekiel's wife (24:15-27) --
Oracles against the nations (25:1-7) --
Oracles against Moab, Edom, and Philistia (25:8-17) --
A tirade against Tyre (26:1-14) --
Lament for a lost city (26:15-21) --
The good ship "Tyre" (27:1-25a) --
The wreck of the "Tyre" (27:25b-36) The pride of the prince of Tyre (28:1-10) --
Exit from Eden (28:11-19) --
Sorrow for Sidon and hope for Israel (28:20-26) --
Oracles against Egypt (29:1-16) --
The second oracle against Egypt (29:17-21) --
The third oracle against Egypt (30:1-19) --
The fourth oracle: The fracture of Pharaohs' arms (30:20-26) --
The fifth oracle: The cosmic tree (31:1-18) --
The sixth oracle: Mourning the monster (32:1-16) --
The final oracle against Egypt: The denizens of the Netherworld (32:17-32) --
The parable of the watchman I (33:1-20) --
The parable of the watchman II (33:1-20) cont. --
The Fall of Jerusalem (33:21-33) --
The delinquent shepherds (34:1-16) --
The flock and its future (34:17-31) --
The desolation of Mount Seir (35:1-15) --
Hope for the mountains of Israel (36:1-15) --
A new heart and a new spirit (36:16-38) The valley of the dry bones (37:1-14) --
A story of two sticks (37:15-28) --
Prophecies concerning Gog (38:1-9) --
The attack of Gog (38:10-23) --
The conquest of Gog and beyond (39:1-29) --
A new vision (40:1-4) --
The outer court (40:5-27) --
The inner court (40:28-49) --
The new temple (41:1-26) --
Rooms for the priests (42:1-20) --
God's return to the temple (43:1-12) --
The altar and its consecration (43:13-27) --
Admission to the sanctuary (44:1-14) --
The responsibilities of the Zadokite priests (44:15-31) --
The allocation of the land (45:1-8) --
The duties of the prince (45:9-17) --
The purification and worship of the temple (45:18-25) Regulations concerning worship (46:1-15) --
The prince's property (46:16-18) --
Temple kitchens (46:19-24) --
The great river from the temple (47:1-12) --
The boundaries of the restored land (47:13-23) --
The division of the land (48:1-29) --
The city of God (48:30-35).
Series Title: Daily study Bible--Old Testament.; Daily study Bible series (Westminster Press)
Responsibility: Peter C. Craigie.

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