The Message of Ezekiel
A new heart and a new spirit
by Christopher J. H. Wright
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The land was awash with false gods and groaning under all kinds of social evil. The inevitable happened; God's horrific judgment on his people started to unfold. A young Ezekiel, carried off to exile in Babylon, was commissioned by the Lord to warn of a more devastating and unthinkable judgment.
When the most traumatic event in Israel's whole biblical history did happen - the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple - Ezekiel's ministry took a new turn as the bulk of the displaced population joined the existing exiles. He struggled to bring some kind of meaning, comfort and hope to a shattered, decimated and totally demoralised rump of God's people, Israel.
Chris Wright vividly explores Ezekiel's varied and dramatic mission at several levels: his unwilting preparation for the task; the social and political background to his work; the character of his ministry as watchman, evangelist and pastor; and the wider mission context of Ezekiel's vision - the knowledge of the Lord in Israel and amongst the nations.
The Message of Ezekiel by Christopher J. H. Wright was published by Intervarsity Press in June 2001 and is our 5008th best seller. The ISBN for The Message of Ezekiel is 9780851115481.
"If the interpreter of Ezekiel must be a careful scholar with a gift for communication and a heart for Christian mission, IVP has assigned this one wisely. Chris Wright is a useful guide on this painful, fruitful, ugly, beautiful journey; he shows how the prophet loves his Pentateuch, and how Christ and the apostles love him." New Directions
|Page last updated||15th May 2013|
|Author / Artist||Christopher J. H. Wright|
|Publisher||Intervarsity Press (June 2001)|
|Number of Pages||256|