Bible crossword puzzle: Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel

Based on material in chapters 13 and 14, Discovering the Bible by Alex Varughese

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Challenge: Can you solve this puzzle even if you do not have the book by Varughese?

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This crossword puzzle was created for use in the course Introduction to Biblical Literature. The words and clues come from the textbook Discovering the Bible: Story and Faith of the Biblical Communities edited by Alex Varughese and published by what is now called The Foundry.

    -- Howard Culbertson,

Comparing Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel

Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel are prominent figures in the Old Testament, each contributing significantly to prophetic literature and shaping the religious and moral landscape of ancient Israel. Isaiah, often regarded as the prince of prophets, is known for his poetic language and profound visions, emphasizing themes of redemption, judgment, and the coming Messiah. Jeremiah conveyed messages of warning and lamentation, foretelling the fall of Jerusalem and the Babylonian exile while also offering hope for restoration. Ezekiel, known for his vivid and symbolic visions, conveyed messages of both judgment and restoration, often using dramatic imagery to convey his prophecies. While each prophet had a unique style and message, they all shared a commitment to proclaiming God's word and calling God's people to repentance, faithfulness, and hope in the midst of challenging times.

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