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Classic Commentaries and Studies on Ezekiel (15 vols.)
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Overview

Classic Commentaries and Studies on Ezekiel (15 vols.) features a variety of the most notable classic studies on Ezekiel from nineteenth and twentieth centuries. With scholars such as William Kelly, C. H. Toy, and E. W. Hengstenberg, this collection offers over 4,000 pages of interpretation, observations, translations, contextual history, and application on this critical piece of prophetic prose. The fifteen volumes contained in Classic Commentaries and Studies on Ezekiel (15 vols.) have had an enduring impact on Old Testament exegesis, and this exceptional collection provides easy accessibility to this wealth of significant scholarship.

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Key Features

  • Historical studies on Ezekiel
  • Noted authors from a variety of backgrounds
  • Completely searchable, linked to your preferred Bible translation and the other books in your library

Individual Titles

An Exposition of the Prophet Ezekiel

  • Author: William Greenhill
  • Publisher: Samuel Holdsworth, Amen Corner
  • Publication Date: 1839
  • Pages: 859

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Studying the scope and inherent purpose of Ezekiel, William Greenhill offers extensive interpretation and elucidation of the original Hebrew. Greenhill diligently expounds the prophecies and judgment held in Ezekiel.

His style is . . . clear, singularity arresting, and impressive.

The Homilist

William Greenhill (1591–1671) was educated at the University of Oxford before becoming Scholar of Magdalen College, Oxford. Greenhill went on to become Minister at Stepney—of which he later went on to preach before the British House of Commons.

The Book of the Prophet Ezekiel with Introduction and Notes

  • Author: Henry A. Redpath
  • Publisher: Methuen & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1907
  • Pages: 276

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Providing exegetical analysis on the book of Ezekiel, Henry A. Redpath offers concise studies on the character of Ezekiel, the historical chronology, and stylistic characteristics found in the text. Redpath also takes the time to thoroughly examine semantic meaning from the Greek translation.

His notes will be found useful in embodying information and references for readers for whom the series is designed. A word of commendation must be added for Mr. Nash's drawings made to illustrate Ezekiel's Temple.

The Journal of Education

Henry A. Redpath (1848–1908) studied at Queen's College, Oxford before becoming Vicar of Wolvercote. Redpath later became a lecturer at the University of Oxford.

Ezekiel

  • Author: Richard G. Moulton
  • Publisher: Macmillan Company
  • Publication Date: 1901
  • Pages: 208

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In Ezekiel, Richard G. Moulton discusses the literary characteristics of Ezekiel, the allegorical meaning of its prophecy, and Israel's spiritual position under the law. Examining both biblical history and prophetic history in context, Moulton employs comparison to other Old Testament prophets in order to clarify Ezekiel's stance towards Israel.

Richard G. Moulton (1849–1924) was Professor of English Literature at the University of Chicago. Moulton was born in England and educated as a lawyer before immigrating to America.

Notes on Ezekiel

  • Author: William Kelly
  • Publisher: George Morrish
  • Publication Date: 1876
  • Pages: 276

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William Kelly furnishes annotation and interpretation of critical prophecy and history found in the Book of Ezekiel. Kelly breaks down the text in order to independently study each respective section.

William Kelly (1823–1906), born in Ireland, moved to London after attending Trinity College in Dublin. Becoming highly involved with the Plymouth Brethren, he also became a prolific writer, earning the respect of theologians such as Henry Alford. He is quoted as having said "There are three things real—the Cross, the enmity of the world, the love of God."

Ezekiel, and the Book of His Prophecy: An Exposition

  • Author: Patrick Fairbairn
  • Publisher: T&T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1855
  • Pages: 504

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Expounding on the theopneustic character of Ezekiel, Patrick Fairburn provides comprehensive exegesis of the composition, style, content, and prophecies found in the text. Fairburn explores the symbolic and implicit details of the text and provides insightful clarification and elucidation.

A work which was greatly wanted, and which will give the author no mean place among the Biblical Expositors of his country and language, for it has cat considerable light on one of the obscurest portions of God's Word.

Journal of Sacred Literature

Patrick Fairbairn (1805–1874) was educated at the University of Edinburgh before becoming Professor of Theology at Free Church Theological College. Fairburn later became Professor of Church History and Exegesis at the Free Church College in Glasgow.

The Gospel in Ezekiel Illustrated in a Series of Discourses

  • Author: Thomas Guthrie
  • Publisher: Adam and Charles Black
  • Publication Date: 1856
  • Pages: 455

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Moving systematically through the book of Ezekiel, Thomas Guthrie examines the common themes throughout the book. Expounding on the character of the prophet, the extent of redemptive justice, and the sanctification of Israel, Thomas Guthrie extends ample commentary on a critical portion of Old Testament prophecy.

The theology of this admirable volume resemble the language in which it is embodied; it is the theology of the old school—direct, simple, forcible, not sheathead in clouds of ingenious speculation, but bearing in every page the clear impress of the New Testament.

—Hugh Miller

Thomas Guthrie (1813–1873) was educated at University of Edinburgh before becoming Minister of the church in Arbirlot, Scotland. Guthrie was a founder of the Ragged Schools—providing education, food, clothing, and housing for destitute children.

The Book of the Prophet Ezekiel

  • Author: C. H. Toy
  • Publisher: Dodd, Mead, and Company
  • Publication Date: 1899
  • Pages: 208

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Providing comprehensive exegesis and annotation based on the Septuagint, Targumic, and Vulgate translations, C. H. Toy introduces critical interpretation of Ezekiel. Toy extends historical and political context for clarification, and examines the figurative language employed throughout the text.

C. H. Toy (1869–1879) was educated at the University of Virginia before becoming was Professor of Hebrew and Oriental Languages at Harvard University.

The Prophecies of the Prophet Ezekiel Elucidated

  • Author: E. W. Hengstenberg
  • Publisher: T&T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1869
  • Pages: 544

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Moving chapter-by-chapter, E. W. Hengstenberg provides exposition of the prophet Ezekiel within historical and semantic context. Expressing the importance of prophecy, Hengstenberg defines and elucidates the connection between Ezekiel and other Old Testament prophecy, as well as the outplay of Israel's actions.

This is a superior little volume of its class. The sketches are original and highly suggestive; too strongly marked with the writer's individuality to be used by others, and all the more valuable on that account.

The London Quarterly Review

E. W. Hengstenberg (1802–1869) was educated at the University of Bonn before becoming Professor of Theological Philosophy at the University of Berlin. In 1827 Hengstenberg became the editor of Evangelische Kirckenzeitung, a German Journal intent on defending the Christian faith.

The Oblation and Temple of Ezekiel's Prophetic Visions

  • Author: William Hewson
  • Publisher: Simpkin & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1858
  • Pages: 247

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Focusing solely on the temple as divinely revealed to Ezekiel, William Hewson expounds on the symbolic meaning, the physical description of the envisioned structure, and the historic circumstances of Ezekiel's prophecies. Hewson inquires into the social and moral response of Israel to Ezekiel's role as prophet.

William Hewson (1806–1870) was educated at St. John's College, Cambridge before becoming Curate of Bishop Burton and Spofforth, Yorkshire. In his later years, Newson became Head-master of St. Peter's School in York.

The Temple of Ezekiel's Prophecy

  • Author: Henry Sulley
  • Publisher: Henry Sulley
  • Publication Date: 1887
  • Pages: 107

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Concentrating on the Temple of Ezekiel, Henry Sulley clarifies the vision given to Ezekiel, as well as the implications beholding the course of events for Israel. Sulley details the manifestation of Israel's response to Ezekiel, and the intended submission to prophetic authority.

Henry Sulley (1845–1940) was a prolific English architect who authored extensive works on the temples of Jerusalem. Sulley's background in architecture allowed him to develop practical commentary on biblical structures.

The Valley of Bones; or, Ezekiel's Vision

  • Author: G. T. Bedell
  • Publisher: Daniels & Smith
  • Publication Date: 1846
  • Pages: 140

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Focusing on Ezekiel 37 and the vision of the Valley of Dry Bones, G. T. Bedell explores the spiritual significance of the contextual imagery and symbolism. Endeavoring to analyze the extent of the vision and prophecy, Bedell renders succinct commentary outlining the redemption of Israel.

G. T. Bedell (1817–1892) was educated at Bristol College, Virgina Theological Seminary, and Norwich University. Bedell later became the Bishop of Ohio and Bishop of Ecusa.

A Hypothesis Which May Help to Unfold the Mystery of Ezekiel's Visions

  • Author: J. R. Park
  • Publisher: James Nisbet and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1842
  • Pages: 102

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Providing interpretation and illumination of Ezekiel's prophecies, Park uses an exegetical framework to extend symbolic and instinctive analysis to the audience. Providing interpretation and illumination of Ezekiel's prophecies, Park scrutinizes the prophetic characteristics, divine inspiration, and metaphysical intentions of the Book of Ezekiel.

J. R. Park (1778–1847) was educated at Jesus College, Cambridge before becoming Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons.

Notes on Ezekiel, Critical and Explanatory

  • Author: W. J. Shrewsbury
  • Publisher: Hamilton, Adams, & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1863
  • Pages: 190

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Providing extensive notes and annotation on the original text of Ezekiel, W. J. Shrewsbury explores the consistent themes of redemption and spiritual renewal, as well as divine inspiration and historical context.

W. J. Shrewsbury (1802–1866) was Minister of the Wesleyan Church. Shrewsbury was author of many titles including Christ Glorified in the Life, Experience, and Character of Joseph B. Shrewsbury, The Family Memorial, and Pastoral Remembrancer, and British Methodism and Slavery.

Ezekiel

  • Author: W. F. Lofthouse
  • Publisher: Henry Frowde
  • Publication Date: 1910
  • Pages: 386

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Expounding on the significance of the Book of Ezekiel, Lofthouse provides critical interpretation of the figurative and literal prose. Explaining similes and allegories alike, the author provides in-depth studies on Ezekiel that encompass its historical and semantic context.

W. F. Lofthouse (1871–1965) was educated at the City of London School and Trinity College at Oxford. Lofthouse was ordained in 1896 and later became was tutor of Old Testament and Philosophy at Handsworth Theological College. He later became President of the Wesleyan Conference in 1929.

The Book of the Prophet Ezekiel

  • Author: E. Henderson
  • Publisher: Warren F. Draper
  • Publication Date: 1870
  • Pages: 238

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Exploring the differences between the Hebrew, Greek, and Latin translations of Ezekiel, E. Henderson provides astute interpretation and synopsis of the prophetical work. Using a combination of syntaxical analysis, denotative and connotative interpretation, and historical context, the author also examines the divine inspiration behind the work.

. . . we consider it a great and valuable addition to the Biblical literature of our times.

The Christian Witness and Church Member's Magazine

E. Henderson (1784–1858) was educated to the University of Copenhagen. Henderson was notable for organizing the Bible Society in Denmark.

Product Details

  • Title: Classic Commentaries and Studies on Ezekiel
  • Volumes: 15
  • Pages: 4740