Origen: Homilies 1-14 on Ezekiel

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Newman Press, 2010 - Religion - 213 pages
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General introduction -- Preface of Jerome -- Homily 1: the vision of the prophet (Ezekiel 1:1-6; 2:1ff.) -- Homily 2: against the false prophets (Ezekiel 13:1-19) -- Homily 3: against the false prophets and elders (Ezekiel 13:1, 17-22; 14:1-8) -- Homily 4: the famine and the ferocious beasts (Ezekiel 14:12-22) -- Homily 5: sword, death, vine (Ezekiel 14:13-21; 15:1-4) -- Homily 6: iniquities of Jerusalem (Ezekiel 16:2-16) -- Homily 7: the beneficial effects of God's turning away (Ezekiel 16:16-30) -- Homily 8: brothels, head and base of streets, gifts (Ezekiel 16:30-33) -- Homily 9: iniquities, pride, relative justification (Ezekiel 16:45-52) -- Homily 10: shame, return, restoration (Ezekiel 16:52-63) -- Homily 11: the two eagles, the cedar, the flourishing vine (Ezekiel 17:1-7) -- Homily 12: interpretation (Ezekiel 17:12-24) -- Homily 13: the prince of Tyre, Pharaoh (Ezekiel 28:12-23) -- Homily 14: the closed gate (Ezekiel 44:1-3)

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words from origen mouth, he will show you from ezekiel that Christ was baptised in january....very touching Read full review

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Thomas P. Scheck holds a PhD from the University of Iowa. He is assistant professor of theology and classics at Ave Maria University and has previously published Origen's Homilies on Ezekiel (ACW 62) with Paulist Press.

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