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The Land and the Book

Air Date November 1, 2014


Summary

The prophet Ezekiel gives a detailed description of a future temple…complete with animal sacrifices. But should his vision be interpreted literally, or symbolically? This week’s guest is Dr. J. Carl Laney, and he’s written a book on the subject...Messiah’s Coming Temple. We’ll talk with Carl about Ezekiel’s vision, and its relationship to Jesus’ future reign as king.

Then in our devotional time we’ll conclude our drive down the Jordan Valley by stopping at Jericho to see what Micah the prophet really meant when he told us to view God’s mighty work “from Shittim to Gilgal.”

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Carl Laney 1

Dr. J Carl Laney
Dr. J. Carl Laney is professor of biblical literature and coordinator for Israel Study Programs at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. Carl is a gifted teacher and a prolific writer.


Hosts

Dr. Charlie Dyer and Jon Gauger

Charles Dyer

Dr. Charlie Dyer
 

Dr. Charlie Dyer is professor-at-large of Bible at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Ill. Dyer is an Old Testament scholar as well as an authority on Middle Eastern history and religion. As a licensed guide to Israel, he has traveled extensively throughout the Middle East over the last two decades. Dyer has authored and co-edited many books and articles on the Middle East and the Old Testament. His articles have been published in Bibliotheca Sacra and Michigan Theological Journal. Dr. Dyer’s books include The Rise of Babylon, What’s Next?, The New Christian Traveler’s Guide to the Holy Land and Strike the Dragon.

Jon Gauger

Jon Gauger  

Jon Gauger has been with Moody Radio nearly three decades and works with special projects. In addition to being the announcer for Dr. Paul Nyquist's weekly teaching program, Moody Presents, Jon is hosting and producing The Land and the Book. He writes and produces a weekly commentary, creates special documentaries, and has traveled to 30 countries covering stories for Moody Radio, or doing training work with international broadcasting partners. Jon is married to Diana, and they have two grown children—all of whom are Moody graduates. An avid photographer, videographer and reader, Jon also enjoys camping and freelance voice-over work, including audiobook projects.