Originally published in 1935, this book presents an introduction to criticism of the Book of Ezekiel. The text focuses mainly on critiques from the beginning of the twentieth century up until the time of publication, with one chapter on criticism up until 1900. References are given to the Hebrew Bible, where the English version differs the English reference is given in brackets. Explanatory notes are incorporated throughout. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in biblical criticism and the Book of Ezekiel.
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Table of Contents
Preface; 1. Criticism up to AD 1900; 2. From 1901 to Hermann; 3. Hölscher; 4. Torrey, Smith, Herntrich; 5. Criticism of Dr James Smith's theory; 6. Criticism of Dr Torrey's theory. Dates in Ezekiel, especially i. 1-2; 7. Further criticism of Torrey's theory; 8. The separation of the editorial additions from the original Ezekielian prophecies; 9. The last nine chapters (Note on 'The Prince'); 10. The double divine name in the book, as now presented in the MT; 11. The spiritual value of the book of Ezekiel; Excursus 1. 'The house of Israel'; Excursus 2. The divine names in Ezekiel; Index.