This article contains an exposition of Ezekiel 33:11, which reveals what the Lord does and does not take pleasure in.
Looking at Ezekiel 16:46-59, this article makes the argument that the challenges facing the church today are parallel to that of life in Sodom centuries ago. It shows how through the gospel these challenges can be met.
This article wants to test the text-critical convention of preferring shorter text readings above the longer by investigating the textual witness of Ezekiel 1.
How does information about building practices from the ancient Near East support an interpretation of the book of Ezekiel? Peterson's thesis is that Ezekiel deliberately omits some key human elements from ANE temple-building practices in his temple vision of Ezekiel 40:1-Ezekiel 43:11, in an effort to help Israel to realize the nature of their sin.