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prophet Ezekiel and his idea of the Remnant

Yoshiaki Hattori

prophet Ezekiel and his idea of the Remnant

by Yoshiaki Hattori

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Published by [s.n.] in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Ezekiel -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Yoshiaki Hattori.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1545.2 H37
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxxii, 371 p.
    Number of Pages371
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20780702M

    What is known of Ezekiel is derived solely from the book that bears his name. He was among the Jews exiled to Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar in b.c., and there among the exiles he received his call to become a prophet (see ). The Prophet Ezekiel John Singer Sergeant’s rendition of Ezekiel () Ezekiel was carried away captive to Babylon at the age of twenty–five— one of 10, captives. In the fifth year of his captivity God called the young priest to prophesy to “a rebellious nation, impudent and stubborn.”.

    What is known of Ezekiel is derived solely from the book that bears his name. He was among the Jews exiled to Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar in b.c., and there among the exiles he received his call to become a prophet (see –3).He was married (see –18), lived in a house of his own (see ; ) and along with his fellow exiles, though confined to Babylonia, had a .   The book of Ezekiel is often used by certain ministries to stress the importance of the Church to also be a Watchman to the United States and the western world. They claim Ezekiel's message was not meant for a nation already in captivity, but for a moddern Anglo-Israel in the far future – today. What was the prophecy Ezekiel had to give to the House of Israel?

      The scrolls of Ezekiel hold a message for this generation, yet many have failed to truly see the importance of this book as it relates to the final days and the call of . EZEKIEL, BOOK OF Old Testament book containing the message of exilic Prophet ezekiel. This article treats of the book's authenticity, structure and contents, literary character, and theology. Source for information on Ezekiel, Book of: New Catholic Encyclopedia dictionary.


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Ezekiel, also spelled Ezechiel, Hebrew Yeḥezqel, (flourished 6th century bc), prophet-priest of ancient Israel and the subject and in part the author of an Old Testament book that bears his name.

Ezekiel’s early oracles (from c. ) in Jerusalem were pronouncements of. For Ezekiel, both of these ‘remnant’ ideas exist as proof of Yahweh’s faithfulness. The remnant left in the land is totally destroyed to prove Yahweh’s faithfulness to his threat of judgment: the refrain ‘X will know that I am Yahweh’ occurs in almost all of these contexts (–13, –14, & 27, –9, ).

The. The Book of Ezekiel Introduction to the Book of Ezekiel in the Bible. Ezekiel - Son of man, I have made thee a watchman unto the house of Israel: therefore hear the word at my mouth, and give them warning from me.

When I say unto the wicked, Thou shalt surely die; and thou givest him not warning, nor speakest to warn the wicked from his wicked way, to save his. THE BOOK OF THE PROPHET EZEKIEL.

Ezekiel. THE REV. GARDINER, D.D., Professor of Divinity, Middletown, Connecticut, U.S.A. INTRODUCTION. THE BOOK OF THE PROPHET EZEKIEL. THIS book is placed in the Authorised Version, as well as in the order of the Hebrew canon, third among the writings of the four greater prophets. The book opens with an account of the vision that summoned Ezekiel to his prophetic calling.

Ezekiel describes his vision as an elaborate and complex image that symbolizes the majesty of Yahweh and proclaims Yahweh's sovereignty over all the nations of the earth. The prophet is so overcome by the vision that he falls on his face.

Answer: Ezekiel, whose name means “strengthened by God,” grew up in Jerusalem, served as a priest in the temple and was among the second group of captives taken to Babylon along with King Jehoiachin. While in Babylon he became a prophet of God; he is the author of the Old Testament book that bears his name.

Ezekiel was born in the land of Judah probably during the reign of: Ezekiel was taken to Babylon during the deportation of ____________, king of Judah. During his early life, Ezekiel was probably influenced by the ministry of: When he began his prophetic ministry, Ezekiel was probably _______ years old.

Jeremiah expressed his frustrations with his opponents, with God, and with the prophetic role in a series of prayers called Jeremiah's ———————————. laments Ezekiel witnessed a vision in which Yahweh's ————————— was seated upon a mobile chariot-throne.

Ezekiel was a contemporary of Jeremiah and Daniel. Jeremiah was an old man at this time. He had begun his ministry as a young man during the reign of young King Josiah. He had remained with the remnant in the land and then was taken by them down into Egypt. Therefore his ministry at this time was confined to the remnant in Egypt.

The Bible Handbook by Joseph Angus makes this comment in its introduction to the book of Ezekiel: “Ezekiel (God will strengthen, or prevail) was, like Jeremiah, a priest as well as a prophet.

He was of the great company of captives carried to Babylon, with the young King Jehoiachin, by Nebuchadnezzar, B.C.ten years before the destruction of Jerusalem.

Ezekiel (Yechezkel) was a prophet who lived in Babylonia at the time of the destruction of the First Temple. Among his more famous prophecies, which were compiled in the Book of Ezekiel, are his visions of the Divine Chariot, the Valley of the Dry Bones and the Third : Yehuda Altein.

Ezekiel is the prophet of the exiles. He shared the hardest years the Jews spent in Babylon. All his energies were directed toward keeping the exiles’ hopes alive, just at the point at which, on hearing the news of the fall of Jerusalem, they were liable to. Ezekiel was a biblical prophet and priest of ancient Israel who was the subject and in part the author of an Old Testament book that bears his name.

Ezekiel prophesied about the judgment of Jerusalem and other nations in Ezekiel In Chap a messenger came and gave the news that Jerusalem had been destroyed. Ezekiel then spends the rest of his prophecies in telling about the restoration of Israel in the future.

He is giving his messages to the Jews in exile where he is also among them. The concept of the remnant has its roots in the Book of Deuteronomy (Dt28, 29, 30, 31), where Moses warned the people of Israel that they would be scattered among the nations.

But God also promised that He would bring the people back from captivity and establish them again in the land of their fathers. Biblical literature - Biblical literature - Ezekiel: The Book of Ezekiel, written by the prophetpriest Ezekiel, who lived both in Jerusalem prior to the Babylonian Exile ( bce) and in Babylon after the Exile, and also by an editor (or editors), who belongs to a “school” of the prophet similar to that of the prophet Isaiah, has captured the attention of readers for centuries because of.

Like them, he ate food cooked over dung. At last, he cut off his hair and chopped, burned, and scattered it. Israel had been as near to God as Ezekiel's hair had been to the prophet, but they would be slaughtered and dispersed save for a small remnant. He even had to subordinate the death of his wife to his message ().

When she passed. In Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, Ezekiel is acknowledged as a Hebrew prophet. In Judaism and Christianity, he is also viewed as the 6th-century BCE author of the Book of Ezekiel, which reveals prophecies regarding the destruction of Jerusalem, the restoration to the land of Israel, and what some call the Millennial Temple : possibly c.

BCE (aged 51–52), Babylon. From the opening verses of the book we learn that Ezekiel was the son of Buzi, the priest, and belonged consequently to the much honored But did the prophet Ezekiel predict that Egypt should be invaded by who comes again to save the remnant of His people Israel and to receive the Throne of David (Isa.

Book Description. The prophet Ezekiel, in exile from the land of Judah, came, to see the reason for his country's downfall, and prophesied its eventual restoration with the revival of faith and moral responsibility.

This visionary book is often difficult to understand. Dr Carley's commentary makes its meaning available to the modern reader, Cited by:. We have no information about Ezekiel beyond that contained in this book bearing his name, which means "God makes strong, hardens" (see note on ).

If Ezekiel was 30 years old when he began his prophetic ministry (Ezek. ) and this date corresponds to the fifth year of the exile of King Jehoiachin (Ezek. ), Ezekiel was about 26 when.The Book of Ezekiel Background The Book of Ezekiel is one of the most bizarre texts of the entire Old Testament.

Within its pages are strange visions of wheels, dry bones, and strange animals, alongside peculiar prophetic behavior (e.g., shaving hair, lying on the left side for days, and so on).

Ezekiel is a book that celebrates God’s. Ezekiel is quickly becoming the most popular Biblical prophet of our time. His book in the Old Testament has 47 chapters, split into two major themes. In the first half of the book Ezekiel's visions are of the near destruction of Israel and Jerusalem, while the second half of the book is about the future.