AbstractThis contribution highlights some of the dimensions of the biblical book called "Ezekiel." Its point of departure is that biblical books are “books” in a special way, not only because they ask their readers to approach them as means of God's revelations, but also because their compositional history most often deconstructs our usual notions of book, author and writer. "Imagining Ezekiel" is a proposal to re-imagine Ezekiel as literature and to let it do its literary magic. The book has its truth to tell, the truth of its metaphors and viewpoint.
How to Cite
Apóstolo, S. S. S. (2008). Imagining Ezekiel. The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 8. Retrieved from https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/jhs/index.php/jhs/article/view/6211