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The Anchor Yale Bible: Ephesians 4–6 (AYB)

Format: Digital


In this volume Markus Barth has followed the structure of Ephesians: upon the praise of God (chapters 1–3) are based the admonitions (chapters 4–6). But just as the epistle is an integral whole, so is the author’s commentary. Through his special understanding and love of the apostle Paul, Markus Barth reopens to modern man the ancient message of love, worship and joy.

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Key Features

  • Offers original translations, including alternative translations, annotations, and variants
  • Provides verse-by-verse commentary on the text
  • Presents the reader with historical background, including analysis of authorship and dating
  • Features an extensive bibliography of primary and secondary literature


  • The Constitution of the Church (4:1–16)
  • The New against the Old (4:17–32)
  • Light over Darkness (5:1–20)
  • Christ’s Rule in All Realms (5:21–6:9)
    • Part One: Husband and Wife 5:21–33
    • Part Two: Parents and Children 6:1–4
    • Part Three: Masters and Slaves 6:5–9
  • The Superior Power (6:10–20)
  • Conclusion (6:21–24)

Product Details

  • Title: Ephesians 4–6
  • Author: Markus Barth
  • Series: Anchor Yale Bible (AYB)
  • Publisher: Yale University Press
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 464

About Markus Barth

Markus Barth, the son of Karl Barth, held the New Testament chair at the University of Basel, Switzerland, until his death in July 1994. He is coauthor of The Letter to Philemon in the Eerdmans Critical Commentary Series (4 vols.).