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Jeremiah and Ezekiel: Prophets Who Are Priests Without a Sanctuary
Arts and Humanities | Biblical Studies | Religion
The article features Jeremiah and Ezekiel, prophets who started as part of the priestly order and whose prophetic message bears the effect of their priestly experience and perspective. It is believed that somewhere between 615 and 609 Before Common Era (B.C.E.) was the time Jeremiah probably started his prophetic ministry in Jerusalem while Ezekiel his in Babylonia in 593 among the first group of exiles who were deported in 598.
Launderville, Dale. "Jeremiah and Ezekiel: Prophets Who Are Priests Without a Sanctuary." The Bible Today 50, no. 5 (September/October 2012): 285-291.
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