This 3-volume collection focuses on the literary significance of the prophet Ezekiel, examining narrative motifs and construction, gender roles, language style, and the place of Ezekiel among the other prophets of the Old Testament. Featuring over 500 pages and three top Old Testament experts, Studies on Ezekiel (3 Vols.) is the perfect addition to your study of the Old Testament prophets. These academic works use literary criticism and techniques to interpret the theological and contextual significance of this prophet’s life and message. For instance, A New Heart and a New Soul looks at how the language itself can help our understanding of the Torah. In Swallowing the Scroll, Ellen F. Davis points out how the book of Ezekiel encapsulates a new kind of literary style in the succession of Old Testament prophets, and what that means in light of the Old Testament as a whole.
Studies on Ezekiel (3 Vols.) is perfect for students, professors, and anyone wanting a better understanding of the literary and scholastic components of this book of prophecy. The Logos edition makes it easy to study side-by-side with your other Old Testament resources, and all of the Scripture references are linked to the Bibles and original text languages resources in your library.
- Excellent study on the literary aspects of Ezekiel
- Addresses topics such as gender, language, theological context, and style
- Includes table of contents, indexes, and bibliographies
- Title: Studies on Ezekiel (3 vols.)
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
- Volumes: 3
- Pages: 536