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Christians and Bibles
Author: Duane S. Crowther
ISBN: 0882906380
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Pages 162 pages
Publisher Horizon Publishers, an Imprint of Cedar Fort, Inc.; 2 edition (November 1, 2008)
Language English
Category: Christians and Bibles
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eBook How to Understand the Book of Ezekiel download

by Duane S. Crowther


Duane S. Crowther is a well-known theologian, lecturer and LDS author with a broad background of education and experience. Elder Crowther has written and produced four patriotic pageants for the stakes and regions in his area.

Duane S. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a BA in music education, holds a Master of Arts degree from BYU in Old and New Testament, an MBA from the University of Phoenix, and has completed course work for a PhD in music education at the University of Utah. Two of these, produced in conjunction with KSL and KBYU television stations, received national awards from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge.

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Start by marking How to Understand the Book of Ezekiel as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. After presenting extensive background and historical data, the book analyzes each chapter of Ezekiel in one of four main sections: (1) his call to the ministry and introductory visions, (2) his prophecies against Judah and Jerusalem, (3) his prophecies against surrounding nations, and (4) his prophecies of the last days. Each chapter is outlined and provides numerous historical and interpretational notations. Ezekiel is the most important scriptural source for many key last-day doctrines.

Ezekiel was called as one of the Lord's prophets in Jerusalem just before the end of Jeremiah's ministry

Ezekiel was called as one of the Lord's prophets in Jerusalem just before the end of Jeremiah's ministry. He was a contemporary of the prophet Daniel, though his 23-year ministry was only a third as long as Daniel's 71-year calling. He began his prophetic labors in Judah, but was carried into captivity in Babylonia during the first deportation in approximately 598 BC. He lived in poverty in Babylonia.

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Ezekiel was called as one of the Lord's prophets in Jerusalem just before the end of Jeremiah's ministry.

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The Book of Ezekiel, one of the major prophetical books of the Old Testament. The book is valuable for understanding the life of the exiles of Babylon. According to dates given in the text, Ezekiel received his prophetic call in the fifth year of the first deportation to Babylonia (592 bc) and was active until about 570 bc. Most of this time was spent in exile. Having been cut off from Jerusalem and its Temple where alone Yahweh dwelled and could be worshipped, the deportees were faced with a crisis of faith and practice. Ezekiel attempted to sustain his fellow exiles by striving to keep alive their traditional religious beliefs and by fostering a spirit of unity with one another.

The Book of Ezekiel is the third of the Latter Prophets in the Tanakh and one of the major prophetic books in the Old Testament, following Isaiah and Jeremiah. According to the book itself, it records six visions of the prophet Ezekiel, exiled in Babylon, during the 22 years from 593 to 571 BC, although it is the product of a long and complex history and does not necessarily preserve the very words of the prophet.

Ezekiel was called as one of the Lord's prophets in Jerusalem just before the end of Jeremiah's ministry. He was a contemporary of the prophet Daniel, though his 23-year ministry was only a third as long as Daniel's 71-year calling. He began his prophetic labors in Judah, but was carried into captivity in Babylonia during the first deportation in approximately 598 BC. He lived in poverty in Babylonia. After presenting extensive background and historical data, the book analyzes each chapter of Ezekiel in one of four main sections: (1) his call to the ministry and introductory visions, (2) his prophecies against Judah and Jerusalem, (3) his prophecies against surrounding nations, and (4) his prophecies of the last days. Each chapter is outlined and provides numerous historical and interpretational notations. Ezekiel is the most important scriptural source for many key last-day doctrines. These include the restoration of the house of Israel, with the ten tribes and Judah reunited in their promised land; the rule of David the prince; the battle of Armageddon; the rebuilding of the Jerusalem temple and the reinstituting of temple ordinances there; and the expanded borders of the land of Israel in the last days. No other book is as effective a study guide for Latter-day Saint readers on Ezekiel's great prophetic contributions as How to Understand the Book of Ezekiel.