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Introduction to the Study of Ezekiel

Introduction to the Study of Ezekiel
This guide lays out the central issues for the interpretation of the book of Ezekiel. Michael Lyons explains how the message of the prophet was relevant to the exilic situation in which he lived, and then shows how later generations shaped, transmitted and used Ezekiel in their own communities.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780567304223
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Publisher: Bloomsbury
Author: Michael A. Lyons
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The book of Ezekiel should be understood as an example of trauma literature. The traumatic experiences it grapples with are all common today and are deeply felt around the world by groups of displaced peoples. The book of Ezekiel has power to intrigue, disturb and offer hope. This commentary seeks to explain the book of Ezekiel for an audience that is familiar with the Bible and in need of a resource more detailed than an encyclopaedia entry but less detailed than a full commentary. The readers envisioned are graduate students or advanced undergraduates, and teachers of biblical literature.
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