Epistles/Letters are didactic New Testament letters that work out a theological idea or application.
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Rarely will the preacher face a greater challenge than that of communicating the sublime truth of Ephesians to his people. Paul’s message in Ephesians was never more vital than today. In the opinion of John A. Mackay it is “for our time the most re... Read More »
The superlatives of the English language have been applied to Paul’s epistle to the Ephesians. Mackay considers it “the greatest and maturest of all his writingsJohn A. Mackay, God’s Order: The Ephesian Letter and the Present Time (New Yor... Read More »
There can be no doubt that the doctrine of the church in Ephesians represents a special problem in a study of the New Testament. There is a majesty in the concept of the church here which transcends anything else in the New Testament. If Paul wrote this book, ... Read More »
The purpose and plan of the Ephesian letter are inextricably interwoven. A delineation of the plan is impossible apart from an understanding of the purpose. However, the separation of these two basic interests and the resolving of the inherent difficulties int... Read More »
An Exegetical Study of Ephesians Six (Ephesians 6:10-18) The doctrinal section of this epistle in chapters 1-3 has been followed with the practical conclusions which necessarily grow out of such truth (4:1-6:9). There is never to be any conflict or inconsisten... Read More »
Two wisdoms confront each other in First Corinthians: the “wisdom” of the world and the Wisdom of God. The one constitutes the basic problem at Corinth, the problem underlying all the problems. The other wisdom is God’s answer to the false wi... Read More »