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3 Stars Out Of 5
Ok until Chapters 38-40
January 11, 2013
This book was fairly detailed until you got to Chapters 38-40, which begins with Gog & Magog. I wanted a book on Ezekiel for help me more fully understand these particular chapters. I'm a student of Bible phophecy. However, the author is very vague, and I get the feeling that he doesn't understand phophecy himself so he speaks in terms of symbols, etc. I was very disappointed once I reached these chapters with the author's knowledge. It's almost as if he would prefer to ignore these chapters. So if you're interested in Ezekiel for its end time phophecy, don't buy this book. You'll be disappointed.
We are only about 1/2 way through the book, but it is really fascinating. Read along in scripture with a good study Bible and you'll never look at this book in the same way again. The author illustrates some thought provoking and spiritual building insights that are essentials for our walk.
Preston Taylor's book on Ezekiel is a delight. He has taken a Bible book that is difficult at best, and made it come alive in easy to understand language and vivid pictures. This book was a good addition for my study library.