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The Anchor Yale Bible: Ezekiel 21–37
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The Anchor Yale Bible: Ezekiel 21–37

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Yale University Press 2008

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Overview

Ezekiel was and is perhaps the most misunderstood and challenging Hebrew prophet. His prophecies and visions transport us to almost indescribable realms, completely uncharted territory this side of heaven. But as one of Israel’s three major prophets, the words and symbolic actions of this mouthpiece of God were directed to a people weighed down by the realities of human experience.

In this long-awaited and eagerly anticipated second volume of his commentary on the book of Ezekiel, Moshe Greenberg exhibits the characteristic care and special sensitivity of a world-renowned scholar. He translates the text into flowing English that captures the richness and subtleties of the problematic Hebrew original. Using illustrations from a vast array of literature on Ezekiel, Greenberg brings the book’s prophecies and people alive for modern readers.

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Key Features

  • Offers original translations, including alternative translations, annotations, and variants
  • Provides verse-by-verse commentary on the text
  • Presents the reader with historical background, including analysis of authorship and dating
  • Features an extensive bibliography of primary and secondary literature

Contents

  • God’s Sword (21:1–37)
  • Jerusalem All Defiled and Corrupt (22:1–31)
  • The Wanton Sisters (23:1–49)
  • The Filthy Pot (24:1–14)
  • Disaster that Constrains and Releases (24:15–27)
  • Against Four Bad Neighbors (25:1–17)
  • Tyre Wiped Out (26:1–21)
  • The Shipwreck of Tyre (27:1–36)
  • The Fall of Tyre’s Hubristic Leader (28:1–10)
  • The Fall of Tyre’s King: A Mythical Version (28:11–19)
  • Sidon’s Doom; God’s Vindication (28:20–26)
  • Egypt’s Fall and Restoration (29:1–16)
  • An Amendment to the Tyre Oracles (29:17–21)
  • Egypt’s Doomsday (30:1–19)
  • Egypt Disarmed, Babylon Armed (30:20–26)
  • Assyria a Lesson to Egypt (31:1–18)
  • A Dirge over Pharaoh (32:1–16)
  • Pharaoh in the Netherworld (32:17–32)
  • Doom Prophecy Is a Call to Repent (33:1–20)
  • Release from Dumbness (33:21–22)
  • Unregenerate Communities (33:23–33)
  • Shepherds Bad and Good (34:1–31)
  • Reclaiming and Renewing the Land (35:1–36:15)
  • Restoration for the Sake of God (36:16–38)
  • The Resurrectional Metaphor of National Restoration (37:1–14)
  • Reuniting the Two Kingdoms of Israel and Judah (37:15–28)

Product Details

  • Title: Ezekiel 21–37
  • Author: Moshe Greenberg
  • Series: Anchor Yale Bible (AYB)
  • Publisher: Yale University Press
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 372

About Moshe Greenberg

Moshe Greenberg was professor of biblical studies at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. During a long and illustrious career, he has written numerous works, including The Religion of Israel, Understanding Exodus, and Introduction to Hebrew. He also edited the Encyclopaedia Judaica and served as a translator of the Jewish Bible, Tanakh.