Ezekiel: From Destruction to Restoration

Ezekiel: From Destruction to Restoration


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The prophet Ezekiel speaks from a unique perspective: he resides in Babylonia, yet laments the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem; his prophecies range from furious messages of rebuke to comforting depictions of the future redemption of the Jewish people.
NOTE: This resource is written from an orthodox Jewish perspective. The reader should read with discernment. DPH believes that students of the scripture will benefit from the insights provided by Jewish writers even when those writers take positions that may be different than the Christian approach.

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Dr. Tova Ganzel

DR. TOVA GANZEL is a lecturer in Bible and Halakha at Bar-Ilan University and a certified women’s halakhic advisor (yo’etzet halakha). She holds a PhD in Bible from Bar-Ilan, and is a former director of the university’s Midrasha – Institute for Advanced Torah Studies for Women. A renowned figure in the world of Jewish education, her work is widely published, and she is the recipient of numerous academic awards. Dr. Ganzel lives in Jerusalem with her husband and their seven children.

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