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Unformatted text preview: do not. He compares them to an unfaithful spouse (Jeremiah 1-3). The people offend God even more. They start performing sacrifices to other gods (Jeremiah 7). This is the grounds for why God had sent His people into captivity. Jerusalem is ransacked and the Temple is destroyed, as well as the city wall. Ezekiel was taken to Babylon with a large group of captives. Ezekiel preached to the captives that Jerusalem must be utterly destroyed. This message compliments Jeremiahs message. Before giving this message, Ezekiel warned the Jews that they were a wicked people (Ezekiel 1-3). Jerusalem did fall within the time of Ezekiels captivity. Daniel was another prophet that was taken to Babylon. He probably got there a few years before Ezekiel. Daniel was...
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This note was uploaded on 12/30/2009 for the course QWE 65 taught by Professor Qasd during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '09