Ezekiel 1-48
Dr. Tim Mackie

What happens when God’s chosen people take the place God intended as a hub of his life-giving presence and corrupt it into a source of abuse and injustice? Walk with Ezekiel through the tragic loss of the temple in Jerusalem to see how God will bring restoration, hope, and new life on the other side of exile.

16 Hours 32 Minutes

Learning Objectives

After you complete this full class, you will be able to understand and communicate the following.

  • The literary design of the book of Ezekiel.
  • The historical and literary context of the book, including intertextual links, allusions, and references.
  • Ezekiel’s unique contributions to the prophetic mosaic as a priest and exile.
  • The connection between spiritual rebels and human empires.
  • How lengthy descriptions of the temple dimensions help us meditate on the place where Heaven and Earth are one.
  • The purpose of Ezekiel’s temple vision.
16 Hours 32 Minutes
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Your Teacher

Dr. Tim Mackie
Dr. Tim Mackie
Tim Mackie is a writer and creative director for BibleProject. He has a Ph.D. in Semitic Languages and Biblical Studies. He wrote his dissertation on the manuscript history of the book of Ezekiel, with a focus on the Septuagint and Dead Sea Scrolls. What a total nerd! He is a professor at Western Seminary and served as a teaching pastor for many years.