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Synonyms for Ephesians

a New Testament book containing the epistle from Saint Paul to the Ephesians which explains the divine plan for the world and the consummation of this in Christ

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The first reading, from Ephesians chapter 4 verse 15, was read by Lynne Clegg.
As its title implies, the book presents John Chrysostom's ecclesiology as drawn from Paul's Letter to the Ephesians and primarily articulated in 24 homilies thereon.
Apollonius therefore ranged the Ephesians around him and said: "Pick up as many stones as you can and hurl them at this enemy of the gods.
Ronald Heine adds a complex but valuable piece with his translation of Origen and Jerome on Ephesians.
His theme was the Grace of God and Jackie Calverley read the New Testament lesson from Paul's letter to the Ephesians.
In his letter to the Ephesians Paul obviously places the source of the gifts more explicitly in Christ.
Cohick (New Testament, Wheaton College) suggests that Paul's letter to the Ephesians contains higher adoration and more practical advice than any other of his letters.
We will listen attentively as the author of Ephesians reveals the "mystery" that gentiles and Jews--that is, all the peoples of the Earth--are "coheirs, members of the same body and copartners in the promise in Christ Jesus through the Gospel" (Ephesians 3:6).
Ephesians 2 describes this divine project: "For we are God''s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus, to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do".
Ephesians 5:19,20 (NIV) THE great Scottish minister Alexander Whyte always found something to be thankful for.
2 Samuel 6:1-5, 12-19; Psalm 24; Ephesians 1:3-14; Mark 6:14-29
Through one part of the second chapter of the letter to the Ephesians (Eph.
The major part of the dissertation is a detailed commentary on Ignatius, Ephesians 16-20, which argues that the formula of faith in 18.
Nils Alstrup Dahl, late professor emeritus of New Testament at Yale University, devoted significant energies to the study of Ephesians from at least 1933 through the time of his participation in the preparation of these essays.