Ezekiel (#17 in Holman Old Testament Commentary Series)
No other reference series gets to the heart of the Old Testament as efficiently as the Holman Old Testament Commentary. When a reader’s time allows, this series offers a detailed interpretation based on the popular NIV text. When time is...
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No other reference series gets to the heart of the Old Testament as efficiently as the Holman Old Testament Commentary. When a reader’s time allows, this series offers a detailed interpretation based on the popular NIV text. When time is short, the HOTC delivers an essential understanding of the Old Testament with unsurpassed clarity and convenience.
Ezekiel’s prophecy is set in the turbulent years of Jerusalem’s destruction. He was the only Israelite prophet to carry out his ministry entirely outside Israel’s homeland. When Jerusalem fell in 586 B.C., Ezekiel’s message changed. Judgment had fallen, and he was vindicated as a true prophet among his fellow exiles. With few exceptions, thereafter, his messages were proclamations of hope. But Ezekiel emphasized always that Israel’s future restoration would be a work of divine grace.
One in a series of twenty Old Testament verse-by-verse commentary books edited by Max Anders. Includes discussion starters, teaching plan, and more. Great for lay teachers and pastors alike.
Dr. Mark F. Rooker (Ph.D., Brandeis University) is Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest. He is the author of Leviticus (New American Commentary -Vol 3A); Ezekiel (Holman Old Testament Commentary - Vol. 17) and The Ten Commandments (New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology series)
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Max Anders (Th.M. Dallas, Th.D. Western Seminary) is the Senior Pastor of Castleview Baptist Church. Dr. Anders is the author of 22 books, including the best-selling 30 Days to Understanding the Bible, and a ten-volume series entitled What You Need to Know About. In addition, he is the original developer and general editor of The Holman New Testament Commentary and has contributed to volumes on 1 Kings, Proverbs, and Galatians to Colossians. A former college professor and adjunct seminary professor, as well as instructor with Walk Thru the Bible Ministries, he is listed in Who's Who in the Midwest.