Praise and thanks ascribed to god for mercies and blessings adoption, redemption and sealing of the hs ephesians 1. Designed for the pastor and bible teacher, this series brings together commentary features rarely gathered together in one volume. This morning we come for our bible study to a book that is indeed a treasure of mine and of every believer, the book of ephesians. Revised and updated, the lucado life lessons series continues to be one of the bestselling study guide series on the market today. There is no high theological teaching in this particular passage. Andrews university an exegetical analysis of gods i. The basics of understanding bible study methods, how to learn from and about gods word is basically simple, do it. Hoehner also wrote for many scholarly journals and served on several bible translation teams.
Best does not stop at reading the greek, however, his comments draw out implications for the theology of the letter. Ephesians is an epistle which means it has a three part structure. Baugh covers a ton of terrain in both the main content of the book as well as in the abundance of footnotes. Ephesians begins with the typical study into the introductory matters of this book of the bible, this is common place in zondervan exegetical commentary series on the new testament. If this book isnt a comprehensive treatment on ephesians, it sure is quite close. Ephesians overview greek testament critical exegetical. An exegetical commentary is considered by many to be his greatest book and one of the most comprehensive works on ephesians to date. Ephesians zondervan exegetical commentary on the new testament. Ephesians zondervan exegetical commentary on the new testament clinton e.
Best commentaries and books on ephesians logos bible. To do so, it will first provide a definition of the word, then highlight key insights from each occurrence. This exegetical comments on the greek text are excellent, perhaps the best example of how a greek text commentary ought to work. With extensive research and thoughtful chapterbychapter exegesis, this beautifully written commentary leads readers through all aspects of the book of ephes. Some liberal critics have attempted to raise doubts, yet the authorship of the book is solidly established both by the clear statement in the book itself and by the records of the early uninspired christian writers. Resources for studying ephesians the gospel coalition. Hoehner then delves into the text of ephesians verse by verse, offering the greek text, english translation, and detailed commentary.
But what we do not want to do is do it bad or erroneous. Pauls letter to the ephesians 8 hour course learn from new testament and pauline studies expert dr. Noted new testament scholar frank thielman offers a substantive yet accessible commentary on ephesians in this latest addition to the awardwinning becnt series. Ephesians evangelical exegetical commentary download. The authors of each volume have scoured major reference works and commentaries on each book, saving readers countless hours of research. Focusing on the textual structure of the scriptures, students will better understand the literary elements of ephesians, comprehend the authors revolutionary goals, and ultimately discover the books vital claims upon todays church. Ephesians overview, one of over 110 bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, originally published in four parts, is a digest of vatious readings and marginal references. Click download or read online button to get ephesians evangelical exegetical commentary book now. Ephesians exegetical guide to the greek new testament. Paul gives a simple practical theology, a relationship between children and parents, which can contribute to one of the important theological themes in the book of ephesians, which is unity.
English equivalents are provided for all hebrew and greek words, making this an excellent reference. Ephesians 2 commentary meyers critical and exegetical. This site is like a library, use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Ephesians is an epistle from the apostle paul to the church of ephesus. Ephesians zondervan exegetical commentary on the new. Baughs knowledge of the grecoroman world and expertise in greek grammar makes this work an excellent resource for students. Baugh claims in the introduction that he isnt aiming to be comprehensive in a book this size.
Christ brought believing gentiles into gods household by. Lynn cohick as she guides you through each chapter and theological concept in ephesians, including salvation, the trinity, and the church. Introduction, indicating the sender, the receiver of the letter, and a greeting, 2. Schreiner teaching through the book of galatians in 26 engaging and challenging lessons. Another theme which does justice to the content of the epistle and one that i suggest for this study is that offered by warren wiersbe. In the ephesians course, clinton arnold presents pauls epistle to the ephesians with precision and accuracy. Written by notable evangelical scholars, each volume in the zondervan exegetical commentary on the new testament series treats the literary context and structure of the passage in the original greek. Baugh provides a thorough examination of the text by clearly showing you his exegesis and exploring the ancient contexts, sources, and literary practices of the day, as well as ephesians interpretational history in the church. Presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the course otst 565001 pentateuch by daniel xisto, box 66. Compare this with christs warning to the church in ephesus, you have left your first love rev 2. Ephesians, philippians, colossians, and philemon are called the prison epistles because they were written by the paul while he was imprisoned in rome. Ephesians 2 commentary, one of over 110 bible commentaries freely available, this commentary focuses on the greek text, using an abundance of sources and authors to illustrate meaning.
The new american standard bible translation of ephesians 1. Paul reminds us of gods love and the exalted position we have in christ. Janke nebraska district pastors conference, trinity lutheran church winner, south dakota, april 20, 1993 1. Frank thielman baker exegetical commentary on the nt f. This works dives into history and recent scholarship, of the book of the epistle to the ephesians which always helpful to pastors, teachers, and scholars. The series is ideal for busy pastors consulting the greek text for sermons, instructors preparing lectures, and students looking for supplementary study aids. The writer of this paper will conduct an exegetical study of the texts in issue. Ephesians preaching order john calvin considered ephesians his favorite letter and he preached a series of fortyeight sermons on the book from may 1558 to march 1559. Exegetical central idea what the ephesians should remember was christ brought gentiles into gods household by removing the barrier of the law, thus uniting gentiles and jews in. Glenn h graham each volume in the exegetical summaries series works through the original text phrase by phrase. Bruce new international commentary on the nt harold hoehner ephesians. A verse by verse inductive and exegetical bible study series into.
Early in the history of grace church, the history of john macarthur at grace church at least, it was obvious to me that god had something very special in mind for this church. The eec focuses on unprecedented depth of study, leaving no pastoral or theological stone unturned. The science and art of exegesis or exegetical method is not meant to be scary, but rather provide us with the essential tools so we can better know and teach his word. Apostolic prayer for full knowledge epignosis about christ. Best is more or less agnostic on authorship, called the author ae author of ephesians. So often we can identify with the ethiopian eunuch who had trouble understanding the prophet isaiah acts 8.1641 1612 1536 133 1147 390 1300 1309 313 616 77 465 816 1000 340 550 327 1022 1312 883 720 65 278 358 1087 83 1375 272 761 650 218 156 107 961 1336 656 1334 384 49 1405