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The Book of Ezekiel, Chapters 25-48
HARDCOVER; Published: 6/19/1998
ISBN: 978-0-8028-2536-0
Price: $ 67.99
850 Pages
Trim Size, in inches: 6.25 X 9.25
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Bibliotheca Sacra
"Ground-breaking. Like is companion volume, this one demonstrates an awareness of and an engagement with all the significant primary and secondary literature pertaining to this often enigmatic composition and without exception arrives at sound conclusions that do honor to the Book of Ezekiel as sacred Scripture. . . If one can acquire only one commentary on Ezekiel, this should be it. . . Block's contribution will be the standard for many years to come."
"This conclusion to Block's work on Ezekiel is by any measure a substantial contribution. . . Block's explications of the text's 'Nature and Design' are both learned and highly readable. His lively and wide-ranging discussion of the gog pericope provides an especially engaging treatment of this controversial text. The extensive footnotes should prove helpful to anyone undertaking further research. . . Block's achievement is impressive in producing a commentary that will be a useful reference for all scholars while also serving the needs of a specifically evangelical readership."
Journal for the Study of the Old Testament
"The completion of this extensive work represents a considerable achievement and constitutes a welcome addition to the literature on Ezekiel."
Internationale Zeitschriftenschau für Bibelwissenschaft und Grenzgebiete (IZBG)
"With the present book, the second and concluding installment, Daniel Block has completed his magisterial commentary. The author is to be congratulated on what now ranks as the major learned commentary on Ezekiel. . . Block is always fair to other scholars and endeavors to present their diverging views in a detailed manner."
Expository Times
"The commentary is itself a magnificent achievement, full of information and exegetical insights, well worth reading and pondering by fellow exegetes, whatever their theological hue or ideological commitment."