Ezekiel
Ezekiel
Pastoral
Devotional

Ezekiel

in NIV Application Commentary

by Iain M. Duguid

4.55 Rank Score: 5.97 from 10 reviews, 5 featured collections, and 12 user libraries
Pages 576
Publisher Zondervan
Published 1999
ISBN-13 9780310210474

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G Ware G Ware May 2, 2018
A decent pastoral option, though not one I go to often.
Tim Challies Tim Challies April 7, 2014
The NIV Application Commentary has some volumes that are much stronger than others and Duguid’s volume on Ezekiel is considered one of the best. Keith Mathison says, “Duguid’s commentary runs a very close second to Block in my estimation. For those who do not need the detail of Block, Duguid is the place to go. His is a very careful reading of the book from a Reformed perspective. Very helpful and highly recommended.” Other experts commend him for his pastoral tone. [Full Review]
R. Hansen R. Hansen April 21, 2012
This is a good Commentary but for easy to read but much more in depth commentary I would recommend Wright first. The format of the commentary makes it hard to read and choppy. But pastors studying a certain section or looking for application ideas will find help here.
Stephen Hess Stephen Hess April 6, 2010
I would highly recommend this commentary on Ezekiel. Duguid gives a thorough exposition of the text, and his comments pertaining to contemporary significance and application are simply excellent. This volume would be particularly valuable for pastors in sermon preparation. I would go so far as to say that if you could only buy one commentary on Ezekiel, this should be it.
Duguid's commentary runs a very close second to Block in my estimation. For those who do not need the detail of Block, Duguid is the place to go. His is a very careful reading of the book from a Reformed perspective. Very helpful and highly recommended. [Full Review]
John Glynn John Glynn September 20, 2008
Derek Thomas Derek Thomas September 19, 2008
olid, informed exposition of Hebrew text, whose theology and applications are grounded in a Reformed perspective. Evangelical. [Full Review]
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