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By Ralph H. Alexander / Moody / 1976
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After the Babylonians sacked the city of Jerusalem and carried nearly everyone into captivity, God called Ezekiel to address the captives. He prophesied to a people far from home, searching for the presence of God. Ralph H. Alexander connects Ezekiel’s prophecy to the modern search for the meaning and presence of God.
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Ralph H. Alexander (B.A., Rice University; Th.M., Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary) is professor of Hebrew Scripture and chariman of the Division of Bible Studies at Western Conservative Baptist Seminary, Portland, Oregon. He has done graduate work at Hebrew University and specializes in Hebrew and archeaology.