A Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians - Enhanced Version

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The New Community in the Life of Believers. A Verse-by-Verse Exposition Author: We most heartily congratulate the author on the great merit of his work, and feel sure that it is but the first-fruits of what he may be expected to do for the church whereever his post of service may find him. Beattie, The Presbyterian Quarterly This brief compend of many commentaries is an attempt to unite "the goodness of Elliot, the acuteness of Meyer, the spirituality of Derby, and the orthodoxy of Calvin": Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians Author: An excellent practical commentary, full of devout thoughts and practical reflection.

Briggs, The Presbyterian Review. Dana and Company Publication Date: This work, without the parade of learning, gives the result of much learned investigation, not omitting the processes of reasoning, by which those results have been reached. It is adapted alike for the use of those who can and those who cannot read the New Testament in the original, though, of course, the critical remarks can only be fully appreciated by those who are acquainted with New Testament Greek. Prefixed we have an introduction, followed by the masterly analysis of the design, process, and argument of the Epistle.

No intelligent Christian should be without this work. Expository Lectures on the Epistle to the Ephesians Author: Robert Carter and Brothers Publication Date: It is a rich and instructive exposition of one of the most comprehensive epistles of the New Testament. It is not designed or offered as a formal commentary on Ephesians, but rather as a plain, unadorned, familiar, and practical exposition of it. The author adheres with the closest simplicity to the letter of the text, and seeks to develop its true meaning, and give it a wise and faithful application.

M'Ghee presents in their work a plain, full, and practical exhibition of all the various topics of which the epistle treats, and illustrates and confirms his views of them by the collateral passages of the New Testament. Notes and Reflections on the Epistle to the Ephesians Author: William Yapp Publication Date: Pridham is a careful writer, and eminently evangelical. We believe that the judicious and spiritual reader will find this volume very helpful in the study of the remarkable Epistle on which it is writen.

Walking with Jesus: An Expository Commentary Based upon Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians (6 vols.)

Pridham is well acquainted with the original Scriptures, and his critical explanation of many obscure passages will repay the most careful attention. Gould and Lincoln Publication Date: We have examined this commentary, and have been highly gratified with its candid and evangelical spirit, its many judicious and sound remarks. Presbyterian Board of Publication Publication Date: Eminently worthy of a place in the library of every minister and of every layman too. It is replete with able, judicious, convincing and impressive views of divine truth.

It is at the same time so lucrid and so practical that the most unlearned as well as the most learned may derive great advantage from its study. Paul to the Ephesians Author: James Nichol Publication Date: This addition to the handsome series of Commentaries, appears to be ably edited by Rev. Thomas Alexander, and leaves nothing to be desired to make it as complete as its predecessors.

Classic Commentaries and Studies on Ephesians (23 vols.) - Logos Bible Software

James Harington Evans Publisher: John Farquhar Publication Date: To many, this book will prove valuable; it is so simple, so earnest, so evangelical. It is simple, experimental, and Christian in spirit and design.

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The Epistle to the Ephesians Author: Armstrong and Son Publication Date: If any student or preacher should desire a concise, thorough, and learned hand-book on the Epistle to the Ephesians, we commend Dr. Candlish's little book to him. It is a treasury of compressed and condensed learning, wisdom, and piety. The Epistle to the Ephesians: Its Doctrine and Ethics Author: Hodder and Stoughton Publication Date: The student who has carefully followed a good commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians, cannot do better, if he desires to gain a harmonious view of the whole, than make himself acquainted with these admirable lectures.

The terse and vigorous styles, rising on occasion to a manly and impressive eloquence, of which Mr. Dale is well known to be a master, gives lucid expression to thought that is precise, courageous, and original. Expository Discourses on the Epistle to the Ephesians Author: Alvah Sabin Hobart Publisher: This exposition of some of the great passages in Ephesians is an aid in understanding this great book.

Hobart is the Professor of New Testament Interpretation in Crozer Seminary and handles his subject with the simplicity over-lying true knowledge, of which only the true student is capable. This new volume is in helpful manner. It is an aid to understanding Ephesians, and a study in method of which many who would like to teach or preach may well avail themselves. There are more voluminous expositions of this Epistle; yet we believe the brief work before us will be both welcome and edifying.

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William Neill was pastor of First Presbyterian Church from — The Soldier of the Cross: A Practical Exposition of Ephesians 10—18 Author: This volume is an attempted exposition of that passage of the Epistle to the Ephesians, in which the apostle sets forth Christian duty under the figure of a warfare. The pasage is one capable of being illustrated, by a proper hand, with great interest and profit.

Leyburn has written an exposition of an exceedingly interesting portion of the Scriptures, in a manner that will be edifying to the general reader. Baugh's comments are invariably measured, judicious, the product of informed and careful scholarship, lightly worn. Mercifully, the excellent scholarship comes in readable prose, making this a thoroughly interesting and stimulating work. This is now unquestionably the best technical commentary on Ephesians. Carson, Research Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School We have a number of excellent commentaries on Ephesians, and so we might wonder if there is a need for another one.

Baugh, however, has written a fresh and independent commentary on the letter. His expert knowledge of the Greco-Roman world shines through his exposition, as does his facility in Greek grammar. Students, pastors, and scholars will find Baugh to be a must read as they study the text and theology of one of Paul's most important letters.

For the pastor-scholar intent on mining the mystery revealed in Ephesians, this commentary is indispensable. Lexham Press Publication Date: Logos Digital, Hardcover Trim Size: