Ezekiel 14,10–11 : ‘The beatings will continue until morals improve’?
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In Ezekiel’s argument about idolatrous inquirers and persuadable prophets (Ez 14,1–11), how – if at all – does the restoration envisioned in V. 11 relate to the punishment envisioned in V. 10? In this essay I will assess a variety of older arguments about the relation of V. 11 to the preceding verses. In light of its outlook and vocabulary, I will argue that V. 11 has been composed in light of other passages in the book that emphasize divine transformation in the process of spiritual restoration.
Lyons , M A 2023 , ' Ezekiel 14,10–11 : ‘The beatings will continue until morals improve’? ' , Biblische Zeitschrift , vol. 67 , no. 1 , pp. 123-138 . https://doi.org/10.30965/25890468-06701006
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