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Essays on Ephesians

Format: Digital
Publisher:
, 2000

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An important collection of essays by Professor Ernest Best, author of the new commentary on Ephesians for the International Critical Commentary series.His subjects include, for example, the use of traditional material, the view of the ministry as expressed in Ephesians, Paul’s apostolic authority.These essays represent a valuable companion and supplement to the commentary.

  • Ephesians 1.1
  • Ephesians 1.1 Again
  • Paul’s Apostolic Authority-?
  • The Use of Credal and Liturgical Material in Ephesians
  • Dead in Trespasses and Sins (Eph. 2.1)
  • Ephesians 2.11-22: A Christian View of Judaism
  • The Revelation to Evangelize the Gentiles
  • Two Types of Existence
  • Ministry in Ephesians
  • Ephesians 4.28:Thieves in the Church
  • The Haustafel in Ephesians (Eph. 5.22-6.9)
No serious student of Ephesians would want to be without this collection of wise, witty and sometimes biting essays by Professor Best, the product of two decades of devoted scholarship ... the collection of these in one place is especially to be welcomed. All the essays are distinguished by learning that is lightly worn and by commonsense.

—John O’Neil

This smaller volume admirably serves its intended purpose of providing a companion work to the commentary and would be a useful addition to the libraries of graduate scholars as well as scholars and institutions. This is distinguishes scholarship that is at the same time reader-friendly.

—Veronica Koperski, SFCC, Louvain Studies

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Ernest Best (1917-2004) was Professor of Divinity and Biblical Criticism at the University of Glasgow from 1974 until 1982. He was awarded an honorary DD there in 1999. Best studied Mathematics and then Divinity at Queen’s University, Belfast, graduating BA (1938), MA (1939), BD (1942) and PhD (1948). He became a minister in Northern Ireland and in 1963 went to the University of St Andrews as a lecturer in Biblical Literature and Theology. He had acquired a high reputation as a New Testament scholar long before his appointment to the Chair at Glasgow in 1974.

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