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Divine Initiative And Human Response in Ezekiel (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies)

Paul M. Joyce

Divine Initiative And Human Response in Ezekiel (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies)

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Published by Sheffield Academic Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Biblical Studies,
  • Biblical Studies - General,
  • Biblical studies, criticism & exegesis,
  • Religion & Beliefs,
  • Bible - Study - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages186
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9574374M
    ISBN 101850750424
    ISBN 109781850750420
    OCLC/WorldCa234241304

    The book of Ezekiel concludes with a vision of a restored Temple and the return of the divine glory. The restoration in view is not just to the land of Palestine but involves the renewal of the people of God themselves as God promises to give them a new heart and a new spirit. The glory that Ezekiel. Drawing in part from the works of John Kutsko and Julie Galambush, she observes that: Ezekiel employs innovative rhetorical strategies to deny divine status to idols; the personification of cities disappears after the fall of Jerusalem and plays no role in the restoration; and, the representation of Yahweh in the appearance of a human form.


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Divine Initiative And Human Response in Ezekiel (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) by Paul M. Joyce Download PDF EPUB FB2

He is author of Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel (Sheffield, ) and numerous articles on Ezekiel, and currently chairs the Society of Biblical Literature's 'Theological Perspectives on the Book of Ezekiel' software-comparativo.com: Paul M. Joyce. Apr 01,  · About Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel What is the connection between "Get yourselves a new heart and a new spirit!" (Ezekiel 18) and "A new heart I will give you and a new spirit I will put within you" (Ezekiel 36).

The context of Ezekiel's ministry --Questions of unity and authorship --The responsibility of Israel: I --The responsibility of Israel: II --Collective and individual responsibility in the Old Testament --The radical theocentricity of Ezekiel --A new heart and a new spirit --Divine initiative and human response in Ezekiel.

Divine Initiative And Human Response in Ezekiel. Paul M. Joyce. Book Details. Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old What is the connection between "Get yourselves a new heart and a new spirit!" (Ezekiel 18) and "A new heart I will give you and a new spirit I will put within you" (Ezekiel 36).

and finds here the key to the tensions of Author: Paul M. Joyce. Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel. Walter Brueggemann. Book Details.

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May 24,  · S ince the publication of Paul Joyce’s Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel it has become increasingly more common to describe the book of Ezekiel as radically theocentric.

1 That is to say, Ezekiel foregrounds Y hwh ’s reputation as the prime motivating factor for all that Y hwh, the book’s central protagonist, does.

The accuracy and utility of this statement is borne Cited by: 3. Since the publication of Paul JoyceÕs Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel it has become increasingly more common to describe the book of Ezekiel as radically theocentric.

1 That is to say, Ezekiel foregrounds Y HWH Õs reputation as the prime motivating. Sep 18,  · Paul M. Joyce is University Lecturer in Theology in the University of Oxford and a Fellow of St Peter's College, Oxford.

He is author of Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel (Sheffield, ) and numerous articles on Ezekiel, and currently chairs the Society of Biblical Literature's 'Theological Perspectives on. claims that “the Book of Ezekiel has been rigorously designed in a grand 12 Paul M.

Joyce, Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel, JSOTSup 51 (Sheffield: JSOT Press, ), 13 Greenberg, Ezekiel 1–20, Meeting With God on the MountainsAuthor: Jiří Moskala. Mar 04,  · EZEKIEL & REVELATION: A Side-by-Side Comparison of Ezekiel The Prophet & John the Divine Posted on March 4, by Humble Servant It occurred to me in a casual discussion with a fellow believer that Ezekiel & John had some startling things in common.

Nov 21,  · He is author of "Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel" (Sheffield, ) and numerous articles on Ezekiel, and currently chairs the Society of Biblical Literature's 'Theological Perspectives on the Book of Ezekiel' Section/5(4).

Apr 02,  · Divine initiative and human action are interwoven throughout this passage. It is God who leads Ezekiel to the valley and directs his attention and speech.

It is the prophet who sees, and describes, the utterly dry bones, and responds by doing as he is asked, ordering the desiccated bones to hear God’s word. Joyce, P.M. Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel (JSOTSup, 51; Sheffield: JSOT Press).

Google Scholar. Divine Presence and Absence in the Book of Ezekiel (Biblical and Judaic Studies from the University of California San Diego, 7; Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns).Cited by: 5. xi + e present commentary by Paul Joyce builds upon numerous articles the author has written on the book of Ezekiel, in addition to his monograph Divine Initiative and Human Response in.

Finally, the implications of Ezekiel 18 for the issue of Human Rights are discussed. The violation of rights of people guaranteed by divine law is seen as one of the major causes of divine punishment.

Ezekiel’s portrayal of future restoration is contingent not upon human activity but on divine initiative and divine self-interest. Such God-centeredness combined with powerful imagery of sin, judgment, and salvation may be less than palatable to some, but Joyce presents a reasoned argument that such was the view of the prophet.

He is author of Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel (Sheffield, ) and numerous articles on Ezekiel, and currently chairs the Society of Biblical Literature's 'Theological Perspectives on the Book of Ezekiel' software-comparativo.com by: He is author of Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel (Sheffield, ) and numerous articles on Ezekiel, and volume co-editor of The God Ezekiel Creates ().

Dalit Rom-Shiloni is Senior Lecturer of Hebrew Bible at Tel Aviv University, Israel. A Beckettian Reading of the Book of Ezekiel in the Inquiry of the Divine Presence", in S. Birdsong – S. Frolov (eds.), Partners with God: Theological and Critical Readings of the Bible in Honor of Marvin A.

Sweeney (Claremont Studies in Hebrew Bible & Septuagint, 2. Paul M. Joyce is University Lecturer in Theology in the University of Oxford and a Fellow of St Peter's College, software-comparativo.com is author of Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel (Sheffield, ) and numerous articles on Ezekiel, and currently chairs the Society of Biblical Literature's 'Theological Perspectives on the Book of Ezekiel Author: Paul M.

Joyce. His publications include "Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel" (). David E. Orton, Ph.D. (Sheffield ), is Director of Deo Publishing. He is founding editor of a number of journals and book series, including the journal Biblical Interpretation and the Biblical Interpretation series, and he is translation editor of the English 4/5(1).

He is author of Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel and numerous articles on Ezekiel, and currently chairs the Society of Biblical Literatures Theological Perspectives on the Book of Ezekiel Section. His most recent publication is: Ezekiel: A Commentary. Fishpond Germany, After Ezekiel: Essays on the Reception of a Difficult Prophet (Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) by Andrew Mein (Edited) Paul M Joyce (Edited)Buy.

Books online: After Ezekiel: Essays on the Reception of a Difficult Prophet (Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies),software-comparativo.comd: Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd. K.D. HUTCHENS, Although Yahweh Was There. The Land in the Book of Ezekiel (Diss.

Emory University; Atlanta, GA ) P. JOYCE, Divine Initiative and Human Response (JSOT.S 51; Sheffield ) B.E. Kelle, “Wartime Rhetoric.

Prophetic Metaphorization Author: Wojciech Pikor. “Divine Abandonment: Ezekiel’s Adaptation of an Ancient Near Eastern Motif,” in M. Odell and J. Strong, eds. The Book of Ezekiel: Theological and Anthropological. Oct 12,  · Not according to the Bible. The scriptures say that Ezekiel was the son of a priest named Buzi, and one of the captives taken to Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar in BC.

He was God's prophet to the Jews in Babylon, during the time of Jeremiah and Daniel. (Ezekiel ). The whole Bible is a compilation of divine spiritual "Wisdom, Knowledge and Understanding" [through faith], that the carnal human mind is incapable of knowing or becoming aware through the five natural physical senses.

The Bible is God's "revelation" [the revealing of Himself] to man. And nowhere in the Bible are God’s initiative and control expressed more clearly and pervasively than in the book of Ezekiel.

From the first chapter, which graphically describes the overwhelming invasion of the divine presence into Ezekiel’s world, to the last phrase of Ezekiel’s vision (“the Lord is there”) the book sounds and echoes.

Ezekiel’s role in the Bible. Ezekiel is the fourth of the Major Prophets. When God had a message for the people, He spoke to them through prophets: men moved by the Holy Spirit to speak on God’s behalf.

Ezekiel has his fair share of oracles (verbal “burdens” from God), but this book is best known for Ezekiel’s visions. 12 See Paul Joyce, Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel, JSOTSup 51 (Sheffield: JSOT Press, ), 35– 13 See Walter Brueggemann, “The Travail of Pardon: Reflections on slh,” in A God So Near: Essays on Old Testament Theology in Honor of Patrick D.

Miller, ed. Brent A. Strawn and Nancy R. BowenAuthor: Walter Brueggemann. Nov 21,  · Ezekiel: A Commentary (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) He is author of Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel (Sheffield, ) and numerous articles on Ezekiel, and volume co-editor of The God Ezekiel Creates ().

Author: Paul M. Joyce. Nov 06,  · Throughout this skillfully woven tapestry, divine and human agendas contrast sharply, exemplifying the tension between divine initiative and human response.

Whether that response is positive or negative, the narrator portrays exile as a product of divine. Ezekiel’s prophecy has to do with those who refuse to receive such a heart and allow their hearts to continue to embrace idolatry. Divine Initiative Despite a fundamental difference about the roles of divine and human initiative, Ezekiel’s oracles at the eastern gate () and his responseAuthor: David B.

Capes, April D. DeConick, Helen K. Bond, Troy A. Miller. “Ezekiel makes it clear that for him none of the preconditions for recognition of Yahweh reside in human beings or in any preliminary human understanding; they lie totally within the divine initiative.” 14 It is God’s initiative by which the sanctuary in Jerusalem is to be built; so even a cultic structure, though not an international.

As the OBSO essays assigned above observe, Ezekiel wrestles with the respective roles in the salvation of Israel of (1) God’s divine initiative and (2) human responsibility and repentance.

Does Ezekiel ultimately conclude that repentance and restoration are the sole work of God on Israel’s behalf.

Christopher Wright is a proven interpreter and communicator of the Old Testament, and in this commentary he masterfully opens our eyes to see and understand the message of Ezekiel.

Ezekiel's vision of the glory of God--its departure and return--is first set within Israel's history and then in the culmination of God's promises in Christ. Buy The God Ezekiel Creates (Library Of Hebrew Bible/old Testament Studies Series) by Paul M Joyce in Hardback format at Koorong ().

Jul 14,  · For a discussion of agency in Ezekiel, see P. Boyce, Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel (Sheffield: JSOT Press, ). Jarvis Williams Dr. Jarvis J. Williams (PhD) is an associate professor of New Testament Interpretation at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in.

Divine initiative and human response in Ezekiel. Author: Joyce, P. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Oxford Current Institution: University of Oxford Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Full text unavailable from EThOS.

THE BOOK OF EZEKIEL. In response to the rebellion of Jehoiakim of Judah in B.C., Nebuchadnezzar, the Babylonian ruler, besieged Jerusalem. When Jehoiakim’s successor, Jehoiachin, surrendered inNebuchadnezzar appointed Zedekiah king and deported to Babylon Jehoiachin and the royal family, along with members of the upper class, including Ezekiel the priest.

God purposes grace, and God always accomplishes His purposes. Grace is not abstract theory; it is a reality that operates through divine initiative. Salvation is not some vague plan that is revealed just for human evaluation or consideration.

Man is totally incapable of responding to the gospel message without first being enabled to do so.Law and Life: Leviticus in the Literary Framework of Ezekiel Article in Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 31(3) · March with 18 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Preston Sprinkle.Book of Ezekiel Summary The Short Story.

This book is basically about the destruction and exile of Judah and the promise of its eventual restoration by God. Ezekiel's in Babylon, having been exiled there after the first siege of Judah by the Babylonians.