Studies in Ezekielendeavors to serve both the reader who
has a deep knowledge of the Old Testament and the reader who has little
background in Bible history. It opens with introduction and summary chapters
providing an overview of the book. Twenty-eight chapters then cover the 48
chapters in Ezekiel with the usual Schertz lectureship format: Introduction,
Exegesis and Exposition, Lessons
Learned, and Conclusion. The book closes with a chapter on Answering False
Doctrines Relating to Ezekiel.