Iain Duguid is the author of the Ezekiel volume in the NIV Application Commentary series.
This commentary is well-reviewed for its theological insight for its helpfulness to pastors who are teaching or preaching though Ezekiel.
Rev. Dr. Iain Duguid (PhD, Cambridge) is professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary.
His academic interests include various topics of Old Testament theology.
His doctoral research was on Ezekiel, which was published in the Supplements to Vetus Testamentum series, and he remains part of the small but lively group of scholars around the world interested in the theology of that prophet.
He has also published scholarly work on Esther, Nehemiah, the Song of Songs, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi as well as more popular treatments of the patriarchs, Esther, and Daniel.
Current research projects include Judges, the biblical theology of worship, and preaching Christ from the different genres of the Old Testament.
As part of the oversight committee for the Holman Christian Standard Bible, he engages in regular discussions about best practices in Bible translation. He has also contributed to many study Bibles. 
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