Translation of The Latter Prophets (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Minor Prophets) (Goldingay)

John Goldingay’s “Old Testament for Everyone” translation of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and the Minor Prophets (Book of the Twelve)

Prophetic Ministry in Jeremiah and Ezekiel (Kathleen Rochester, Durham PhD, 2009)

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Full thesis – [gview file="http://etheses.dur.ac.uk/1355/1/1355.pdf" save="1"]

Truth-Telling & Peacemaking: A Reflection on Ezekiel (Brueggemann, 1998)

Ezekiel, the one who hallucinated, did not challenge the common notion that you need technology, muscle and power for security. He never even commented on that assumption. He did not think efforts at defense and security were important, but he did not argue about it. When he saw death coming, he interrupted the planning and deployment with a different agenda. You cannot have peace if you lie to each other, he said. You cannot have well-being if you do not speak the truth to each other. All the weapons in the world will not save you from your lies.