Ezekiel: Through Crisis to Glory
This book was originally published as:
McIver, R. K. (1997). Ezekiel: Through crisis to glory. Boise, ID: Pacific Press.
The prophet Ezekiel is without doubt one of the oddest characters of the Old Testament. A priest at the temple, he had a comfortable life among the better segments Jerusalem society. But after living through the horrors of a siege, he was taken captive to a strange land.
Beginning with his "wheels within wheels" vision and encounter with God, Ezekiel's life took a turn for the bizarre. But the very actions that seem so strange underline two important issues we face today.
This study of Ezekiel will allow us to ask "Why are bad things happening to good people? And what is God doing about it?" Ezekiel will bring us face to face with the actions of God in the world's past and in our lives today and in the future.
McIver, Robert, "Ezekiel: Through Crisis to Glory" (1997). Theology Books. 51.
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