for breakfast and study, in Room 5; the current topic is the book of Ezekiel
In this book, Petter argues for an understanding of the book of Ezekiel
in light of the Mesopotamian city laments.
College London) presents a critical text, translation, and commentary of the Targumic Toseftot (a supplement to the Mishnah) to the book of Ezekiel
Frequently near the end of his stump, he'd quote the Book of Ezekiel
He called upon all the different levels of the government, from executive, legislature to read the book of Ezekiel
34 on how to be good shepherds.
The Book of Ezekiel
distinguishes itself from other prophetic books in several significant ways.
There he lists eleven points of contact between the book of Ezekiel
and the Jesus tradition in the Gospels.
Wideman warns, however, against false prophecy, as in the African girl's prediction that the Zhosa cattle should be killed and in warnings from the Book of Ezekiel
"against the prophets who have false visions and who foretell lies.
The gathering, called "Stand in the Gap" after a passage from the Old Testament book of Ezekiel
, followed a week of largely favorable advance press in national news outlets that came despite protests by feminist groups alleging that PK sanctions male supremacy.
The idea that the consequences of one's actions can linger and have great effects later in time is quite common within the Hebrew Bible and is even spoken of in the book of Ezekiel
(Numbers 14:26-35, Deuteronomy 4:31, 23:3-6, 25:17-19, 2 Kings 21:10-15, Ezekiel 16:60, 20:23).