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Vision Of Temple And Land (Chs. 4048)

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At key positions in the book 'and he brought me' has been a thematic and visionary movement marker, often linked with 'Lord's hand was on me': in ch.8 it was followed by a vision of idolatry in temple culminating in Lord's glory leaving the temple; 11:1 introduced judgment on Jerusalem, also with departure of 'glory' and Ezekiel's visionary return to be with the exiles; and 37:1 saw the vision of dry bones and hope of restoration. Now it introduces a vision in land of a great new temple complex, the return of God's 'glory', with restoration of priesthood and allotment of the land. Division of block shows greater variance amongst manuscripts than for any other part of the book. While P967's divisions all match division locations in MT and LXX mss, there is much divergence after that, with many more divisions in Greek codices. This chapter focuses on reading B.

Keywords: Ezekiel; Greek codices; idolatry; Jerusalem; judgment; Lord's glory; LXX; MT; restoration; vision of Temple



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