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Excellent. Accessible, clear, and, in many places, profound!
A decent pastoral option, though not one I go to often.
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]
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.
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]
olid, informed exposition of Hebrew text, whose theology and applications are grounded in a Reformed perspective. Evangelical. [Full Review]