Ezekiel 26 and 29

I have updated my Bible commentary notes to include chapters 26 and 29 of Ezekiel, which contain Ezekiel’s controversial prophecy against the city of Tyre.  The controversy stems from the claim that the Babylonians never conquered Tyre as Ezekiel said they would.  The essence of my theory for interpreting this prophecy (and prophecy in general) is in the notes for 29:17.  As always, feel free to leave comments!


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