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Thomas Nelson The Preacher's Commentary Vol 20: Ezekiel

Ezekiel is a prophetic book with much difficulty. To be understood, it requires some apppreciation of the history of Israel as it intersects with the history of the ancient Near East, some appreciation of the prose and poetic speech forms employed routinely by the prophets, and some knowledge of the Mosaic covenant on which the blessings and curses of the prophets are based. Dr. Doug Stuart's academic expertise guides you through the book of Ezekiel, allowing it to be understood and utilized in your preaching and teaching.

The Preacher's Commentary series combines historical setting and textual interpretation with spiritual insights and contemporary illustrations that are specifically designed for those endowed with the privilege of communicating God's Word. The end result is a commentary by preachers/teachers for other preachers/teachers that is the ultimate resource for sermon and lesson preparation.

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Date:July 21, 2008
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Ray Beck
The Preacher's Commentary on Ezekiel is an excellent resource for both teacher, pastors, and anyone who desires a deeper knowledge of this wonderful and often neglected book. The historical background, expositional format, and how the teachings of Ezekiel relate to present Christianity are invaluable in applying God's Word to our lives. Most importantly, Ezekiel waste no time in taking the reader into the very throne room of God. I have been teaching O.T. Book surveys during Sunday School (a single book being surveyed each class session) and the Preacher's Commentary is one of the most valuable resources in regard to these sessions. I highly recommended Ezekiel and the entire Preacher's Commentary Series.
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