Synopsis: Ephesians speaks to our deepest questions about God: the redemptive plan of God from ages past now revealed; the work of Christ complwrittenete and effective now and for eternity; the power of the Holy Spirit to change lives and...
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Synopsis: Ephesians speaks to our deepest questions about God: the redemptive plan of God from ages past now revealed; the work of Christ complwrittenete and effective now and for eternity; the power of the Holy Spirit to change lives and build a community. The clear message of God's unfathomable grace establishes the believer's hope and undergirds the call for faithful living. Down through the centuries, the clarion call to unity that permeates Ephesians has inspired and challenged the faithful to live out the promises found in Christ. This short letter speaks to the twenty-first century's longing for friendship and wholeness. Endorsements: "Lynn Cohick's commentary on Ephesians provides a practical explanation and appropriation of the letter. She demonstrates that she is well-informed about the issues, sane in her judgments, effective in her communication, and that she cares about the lives of modern Christians. Her knowledge of the ancient world allows her to bring historical and sociological information to bear on the text and its interpretation. People seeking an easily accessible and non-technical treatment of Ephesians will enjoy this commentary." --Klyne Snodgrass Paul W. Brandel Professor of New Testament Studies North Park Theological Seminary, Chicago Author Biography: Lynn H. Cohick is Associate Professor of New Testament at Wheaton College. She is the author of Women in the First Christian Century (2009) and co-author with Gary Burge and Gene L. Green of The New Testament and Antiquity (2009).
Lynn H. Cohick (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania) is associate professor of New Testament at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois, she previously taught at Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology. Dr Cohick is the co-author of The New Testament in Antiquity with Gary Burge and Evolution of the Synagogue with Howard Kee., her doctoral thesis was also published as The Peri Pascha Attributed to Melito of Sardis: Setting, Purpose and Sources( Brown Judaic Studies 327). Most recently she has authored Women in the World of the Earliest Christians: Illuminating Ancient Ways of Life and Ephesians (New Covenant Commentary).
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