Ezekiel is the author of this prophecy. He is identified by name on two separate occasions (Ezek. 1:3; 24:24), and throughout the prophecy the first person singular (“I”) is used. The prophecy is stamped with clear unity, which supports the assertion that Ezekiel is the human penman. Ezekiel’s name means “God strengthens,” and he served God as both an ordained priest (Ezek. 1:3) and a prophet (Ezek. 2:5).

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