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Belief: A Theological Commentary on the Bible: Ephesians
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Belief: A Theological Commentary on the Bible: Ephesians

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Westminster John Knox 2011

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Overview

Long recognized as a significant theological document and one from which the Christian church gains life and direction, the book of Ephesians focuses on Jesus Christ’s amazing work in redemption and reconciliation. It invites—and requires—our participation. Jointly written by a theological seminary professor and an active pastor, this commentary emerges from an adult Sunday school class on Ephesians they taught together, as well as their own studies and experiences. The result is a fascinating work that focuses on the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the ways it is to be lived out in the church and by Christians in their own lives.

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Key Features

  • Examines how the Gospel should be lived out in the Church and by Christians in their own lives
  • Focuses on Jesus Christ’s amazing work in redemption and reconciliation
  • Challenges readers to discover what the meaning of the text is today

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About the Authors

Allen Verhey is professor of Christian ethics at Duke Divinity School. He has published a number of books and articles, including The Great Reversal: Ethics and the New Testament and Reading the Bible in the Strange World of Medicine.

Joseph S. Harvard is pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Durham, North Carolina. He is a former president of Durham Congregations in Action, and he has received a number of special awards throughout his ministry.

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