in Concordia Commentary

by Thomas M. Winger

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Pages 712
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
Published 2015
ISBN-13 9780570063131
“For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God,” (Ephesians 2:8) Historically, Ephesians was once considered the “Crown of the Pauline epistles,” in academic circles, but it has fallen out of favor. Put simply, that is a shame. In this commentary, Dr. Wilch delves in the history, language, and God breathed theology of Ephesians with an original translation. He also notes the prevalence of Ephesians in the Lutheran Confessions, emphasizing Ephesians’ relevance from a perspective of a Lutheran heritage. With beautiful rhetoric, the letter to the Ephesians addresses not only the congregation at Ephesus but also the whole church as corporate body.


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JD JD August 5, 2015
Fantastic commentary that digs deeply into Ephesians from a traditional Lutheran perspective. Full and thorough treatment. Very well done. Would rank it with Hoehner and O'Brien as the best Ephesians commentaries.