Introduction to Ezekiel From the New American Bible

Ezekiel From the NIV Bible: background, author, occasion, purpose and summary of contents, date, themes, literary features, theological significance, and outline

Ezekiel iTanakh's collection of links, courtesy of R. Christopher Heard of Milligan College

Imagining Ezekiel By Silvio Sergio Scatolini Apostolo, Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 2008. A proposal to re-imagine Ezekiel as literature and to let it do its literary magic. The book has its truth to tell, the truth of its metaphors and viewpoint

Marking Innerbiblical Allusion in the Book of Ezekiel By M. A. Lyons, Biblica, 2007

The Nose and Altered States of Consciousness: Tascodrugites and Ezekiel By John J. Pilch in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2002

Ezekiel: Difficult Prophet in Difficult Time By Irene Nowell, O.S.B. in Scripture from Scratch, 2000

Dissonant Prophecy in Ezekiel 26 and 29 By Dean Ulrich in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2000

"Truth-Telling and Peacemaking: A Reflection on Ezekiel" By Walter Brueggemann in The Christian Century, November 30, 1998

Beyond the Grave: Ezekiel's Vision of Death and and Afterlife By Daniel I Bock in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1992

A Fresh Look at Ezekiel 38 and 39 By Ralph H. Alexander, Western Conservative Baptist Seminary, in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1975

Ezekiel By Emil G. Hirsch, Karl Heinrich Cornill, Solomon Schechter and Louis Ginzberg, The Jewish Encyclopedia, 1910

Book of Ezekiel By Emil G. Hirsch and Karl Heinrich Cornill, The Jewish Encyclopedia, 1910

Ezekiel By Joseph Schets, The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1909

Yechezkel - Chapter 1 The text of Ezekiel along with the commentary by the 11th-century rabbi Rashi

Ezekiel: Visionary Prophet By Solomon B. Freehof. The controversial Book of Ezekiel nearly didn't make it into the biblical canon, but it has had a lasting impact on both liturgical practice and mystical traditions

Delimiting the Countours of Israel in Ezek. 12:21-15 and 12:26-28 By Silvio Sergio Scatolini in Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 2001

Disappointed expectations and false hopes: The message of Ezekiel 13:1-16 in a time of change By H.F. van Rooy in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2002

Who is Ezekiel's Daniel? By Daniel B. Wallace, Th.M., Ph.D.

What Laws Were Not Good: A Canonical Approach to the Theological Problem of Ezekiel 20:25-26 By Scott Walker Hahn, Franciscan University of Steubenville, and John Seitze Bergsma, University of Notre Dame, in Journal of Biblical Literature, 2004

Did Rashi Notice a Janus Parallelism in Ezek 20:37? By Herb Basser in Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 2008

Sculpted Warriors: Sexuality and the Sacred in the Depiction of Warfare in the Assyrian Palace Reliefs and in Ezekiel 23:14-17 By Cynthia R. Chapman in lectio difficilior, 2007

Prediction and Foreknowledge in Ezekiel's Prophecy against Tyre By Kris J. Udd, Grace University, Omaha, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2005

Yechezkel 28:25-29:21 By Menachem Leibtag, in Memory of Rabbi Avraham Leibtag. From The Tanach Study Center

Metamorphosis of a Ferocious Pharaoh By Ph. Guillaume, Biblica, 2004. The common translation of the tannin of Exodus 7 as a mere snake misses the powerful mythological overtones of the whole passage. The editors of Pg are drawing on imagery from Ezekiel to mythologize Moses' morning encounter with Pharaoh on the river bank. Ben Sira was well aware of these connotations and turned them into a joke against Pharaoh

I Shall Gather Them Back From the Countries and Bring Them Back to Their Own Land (Ezk:34.18) By Emma Pierce

Ezekiel 36:24-28 Reflections by Pope John Paul II, 2003

Yechezkel 43:10-27 By Menachem Leibtag, in Memory of Rabbi Avraham Leibtag. From The Tanach Study Center. The last nine chapters of Sefer Yechezkel (40-48), describing the minute details of the construction of the second Bet HaMikdash, stand in contrast to the opening 24 chapters of the Sefer, which describe the Shchina's leaving Yerushalayim, as well as the reason for the destruction of the first Bet HaMikdash. In this shiur, we try to understand why these details of construction are important, and how they too allude to the reason for the destruction of the Mikdash

The Question of Indirect Touch: Lam 4,14; Ezek 44,19 and Hag 2,1213 By Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer, Biblica, 2006