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Westminster Bible Companion: Ezekiel
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Westminster Bible Companion: Ezekiel


Westminster John Knox 1996

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The book of Ezekiel was written during a tumultuous time in Israel's history. It follows a period that began with Ezekiel's warning of Jerusalem's fall and his prediction of the destruction of the temple—a sanctuary regarded as so holy that its destruction was unimaginable. The period continues with Ezekiel's and others' exile to Babylon. Although much in the book of Ezekiel focuses on the consequences of Israel's rebellion against God that lead to the destruction of Jerusalem, even more deals with the hope of Israel's rebirth with divine assistance.

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Key Features

  • Provides a powerful interpretation of the prophet Ezekiel’s message
  • Unfolds the various contexts and principles found in Scripture
  • Helps prepare pastors, students, and laity relay the Bible's teaching in a clear way


  • The Prophet’s Call and Commissioning
  • The Message of Judgment upon Israel
  • The Vision of Jerusalem’s Destruction
  • There Are No Excuses
  • The Folly of Jerusalem
  • Countdown to Catastrophe
  • The Fate of Other Nations
  • The Challenge of Hope
  • Interlude: A Final Viewpoint
  • The New Israel

Praise for the Print Edition

Clements’s commentary is a fine introduction to Ezekiel for the ordinary, intelligent Christian. That it is of interest even to the specialist is a measure of Clements’s gifts.

Steven S. Tuell, Review of Biblical Literature

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About Ronald E. Clements

Ronald E. Clements is Emeritus Professor of Old Testament Studies, King's College, University of London. He is the author of Jeremiah (Interpretation series) and Old Testament Prophesy: From Oracles to Canon.

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