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By Brandon L. Fredenburg / College Press / 2002
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The book of Ezekiel is notoriously strange. Ezekiel's visions, actions, and words are bizarre "sometimes utterly incomprehensible" to us. He lies on his side for over a year, he eats a scroll, he is asked to cook with human waste, and he cannot cry at his wife's death. Ezekiel's message seems unavailable to many because we simply don't have "ears to hear."