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In this volume, Frederick C. Grant provides verse-by-verse analysis of Ephesians. Grant considers the context of the letter, the translation of the original-language text, and the perspectives of other theologians.
Frederick C. Grant (1891–1974) was Edwin Robinson Professor Emeritus of Biblical Theology at Union Theological Seminary, New York, and president of Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, Evanston, Illinois. He is also the author of Hellenistic Religions: The Age of Syncretism, An introduction to New Testament Thought, and Basic Christian Beliefs.
In this volume, William B. Riley argues that Ephesians was written in an arrangement of triplets and that this feature is intentional, lending itself to scholarly analysis.
Chapter One—“The Three Authors of Salvation”
Chapter Two—“The Three Subjects of Salvation”
Chapter Three—“The Three-Fold Effect on Paul”
Chapter Four—“The Three-Fold Appeal to the Church”
Chapter Five—“The Three Features of the Believer’s Walk”
Chapter Six—“The Three-Fold Appeal to the Family”
Chapter Seven—“The Three-Fold Expression of Spiritual Life”
William B. Riley (1861–1947) founded the Northwestern Bible Training School, and served as pastor of the First Baptist Church of Minneapolis, Minnesota, for over 40 years. He was the editor of The Christian Fundamentalist from 1891 to 1933, and his works include The Menace of Modernism, Revival Sermons: Essentials in Effective Evangelism, and The Evolution of the Kingdom.
God in Christ Jesus: A Study of St. Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians
In this volume, written for Bible students, J. Scott Lidgett provides an expository treatment of Ephesians, presenting is as an expatiation on the subject of God in Christ Jesus.
J. Scott Lidgett (1854–1953) earned his MA in 1875 from University College, London, and was awarded a DD by the University of Aberdeen in 1902. He was president of the Wesleyan Methodist Conference in 1908 and was an early supporter of the ecumenical movement. His works include The Fatherhood of God, God in Christ Jesus, and The Spiritual Principle of the Atonement.
In this sermon, Archibald G. Brown analyzes Ephesians’ reoccurring references to the “heavenlies” or “high places.” Brown writes that the “heavenly realm, and the blessed work of this epistle is to show the position of God’s saints in the kingdom.”
Archibald G. Brown (1844–1922) was a Calvinistic Baptist minister; a student, friend, and associate of Charles Spurgeon; and from 1908 to 1911, pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London. His works include The Devil’s Mission of Amusement and The Face of Jesus Christ: Sermons on the Person and Work of Christ.
Lectures on the Epistle of Paul, the Apostle, to the Ephesians, With a New Translation
This volume presents Robert S. Candlish’s series of lectures on Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians. Candlish wrote and delivered these lectures from 1863 to 1869.
Robert S. Candlish (1806–1873), a Scottish pastor, became a principal figure in establishing the Free Church of Scotland in 1843. A prolific author, prominent professor, and popular preacher, he was stationed as the distinguished principal of New College, Edinburgh in 1862.
St Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians: A Devotional Commentary
In this text, Charles Brown presents readers with Paul’s purpose in writing Ephesians. Brown designed this work for devotional reading, and he encourages readers to deepen their studies of Scripture, noting that “in the Lord Jesus . . . are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.”
Charles Brown is the author of The Children on the King’s Highway: Talks with Young People on the Second Part of ‘The Pilgrim’s Progress’ and The General Epistle of James: A Devotional Commentary.
The Beautiful Word Pictures of the Epistle to the Ephesians: Or, The Busy Man’s Commentary upon the Bible
Written for lay people, this verse-by-verse commentary is the culmination of more than 20 years of Wilson Albinus Haynes’ study of Ephesians. Haynes compares and contrasts this letter with Paul’s other letters and also explores the word choice in the original-language text.
W. A. Haynes (1873–1913) is the author of The Beautiful Word Pictures of the Epistle to the Ephesians: Or, The Busy Man’s Commentary upon the Bible.
The Glory of the Body of Christ: An Opening up of the Epistle to the Ephesians
In this volume, H. L. Goudge shares three lectures about Ephesians. In the first lecture, he interprets Ephesians through an analysis of Paul’s convictions. In the second lecture, Goudge explores Paul’s conception of Christ and the Christian life. In the third lecture, Goudge discusses the epistle’s teachings on sin and spiritual adversaries.
H. L. Goudge served as Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford from 1923 until 1938.
Erklärung Des Briefes Pauli An Die Epheser
Authors: Johann Tobias Beck and Julius Lindenmeyer
Johann Tobias Beck is known for his perspective of the Bible as the history of the Spirit’s progression toward humankind’s salvation. This German-language volume provides Johann Beck’s exegesis on Ephesians. This work is representative of Beck’s doctrinal perspectives.
Johann Tobias Beck (1804–1878) was a German theologian. Beck graduated from the University of Tübingen in 1826. From 1836 to 1843, he was professor of theology at the University of Basel. In 1843, he accepted the same position at the University of Tübingen.
Die Gemeinde in Christo: Auslegung des Briefes an die Epheser, vol. 1
Rudolph E. Stier is recognized for his poetic prose and detail-oriented exegesis. In this German-language volume, Stier applies his skilled analysis to Ephesians.
Rudolph E. Stier (1800–1862) entered the University of Berlin to study law, but abandoned the pursuit for his love of poetry. As a consequence of the unexpected death of a young woman he loved, his focus turned to theology and he entered the pastoral seminary in Wittenberg where he devoted himself to a comprehensive study of the Bible. Stier was a pastor at Frankenleben from 1829 to 1838 and at Wichlinghausen from 1838 to 1847. In 1850, he was called to the office of superintendent at Schkeuditz, then was superintendent at Eisleben from 1859 until his death. He was the author and translator of numerous books and commentaries, but is chiefly known for his devotional and mystical commentaries, The Words of the Lord Jesus.
Die Gemeinde in Christo: Auslegung des Briefes an die Epheser, vol. 2