This paper argues that the primary referent of Ezek 44,6-14 is located in the former chapters of the Book of Ezekiel (esp. Ezekiel 8) rather than in historical events or biblical texts outside of the book of Ezekiel. On this reading, Ezek 44,6-14 not only refers to Ezekiel 8 in a direct way, but it also takes into account the interpretations that Ezekiel 8 has received in Ezek 14,1-11 (the house of Israel went astray), Ezek 16,58-63 (the abominations broke God’s covenant with Israel), and Ezek 23,38-42 (the defilement of the sanctuary has to do with foreigners).
This article was written in my quality of Research Associate in the Department of Ancient Languages and Cultures of the University of Pretoria (RSA). I am grateful to Phil Botha and Phil Sumpter for proofreading the paper.
The evolution of Ni/Au and Ni/Ir/Au metal contacts deposited on AlGaN was investigated at
different annealing temperatures. The samples were studied with electrical and chemical
composition techniques. I-V characteristics ...
Van Eck, Ernest; Renkin, Wayne; Ntakirutimana, Ezekiel(AOSIS Open Journals, 2016-10-31)
The parable of the Feast (Lk 14:16b–23) is perhaps the example par excellence in the New
Testament that addresses spatial justice and reconciliation. In the parable, Jesus advocates for
the eradication of all boundaries ...
The deep level transient spectroscopy (DLTS) technique was used to investigate the effects of
electron beam exposure (EBE) on n-GaN. A defect with activation energy of 0.12 eV and
capture cross section of 8.0 × 10-16 cm2 ...