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Ephesians

Author: Thomas M Winger
Publisher: Saint Louis : Concordia Publishing House, [2015]
Series: Concordia commentary: a theological exposition of sacred Scripture; Concordia commentary.
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas M Winger
ISBN: 9780570063131 0570063132
OCLC Number: 881318334
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxxvii, 895 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: Editor's preface --
Author's preface --
Principal abbreviations --
Icons --
Bibliography --
Introduction --
Why Study Ephesians? --
Orality and the Interpretation of the Epistles: a brief introduction --
Oral Traditionalism --
Reading in the Ancient World --
Mandate to proclaim Scripture --
Liturgical context of the New Testament epistles --
Oral pattering in Paul's Epistles --
Rhetoric --
alliteration --
Rhythm --
Repetition --
Parallelism --
Chiasm and Inclusio --
Lists --
Formulae as Structural markers --
Authorship --
Case for Pauline Authorship --
Internal evidence --
External evidence --
Arguments against Pauline Authorship --
Style --
Unusually Long Sentences --
Lengthy, often redundant Genitive Constructions --
Cognate Noun and Verb --
Synonyms connected by kai, "and" --
Prepositional Phrases --
Reference for relative clauses and participial constructions --
Rich use of Adjectives and Adjectival phrases --
Vocabulary --
Thought/Theology --
View of the Apostolic Ministry --
Ecclesiology Christology --
Gnosticism --
Soteriology --
Sacramental Theology --
Eschatology --
Incipient Catholicism --
Literary relationship between Ephesians and other Pauline epistles --
Evaluation of the Case --
Style/Vocabulary --
Hapax Legomena --
Liturgical context --
Contextual/Rhetorical Factors --
Thought/Theology --
View of the Apostolic Ministry --
Ecclesiology --
Christology --
Gnosticism --
Soteriology --
Sacramental Theology --
Eschatology --
Incipient Catholicism --
Literary relationship between Ephesians and other Pauline epistles --
Pseudepigraghy? --
Addresses: The Textual variant "in Ephesus" in Ephesians 1:1 --
Manuscript Evidence --
Evidence from the Fathers --
Theories about "in Ephesus" --
Accidental omission --
Critical change --
Circular Letter --
Introduction to a collection --
Generalization/Lectionary Theory --
Internal Evidence --
Ignatius to the Ephesians --
City of Ephesus and Paul's relationship to it --
The City --
Religious Scene --
Judaism --
Polytheism --
Temple of Artemis Ephesia --
Cult of Artemis Ephesia --
Paul and Ephesus in Acts --
Conflict over Baptism and the Spirit ( Acts 18:24-19:7) --
Conflict with the Jews (Acts 19:8-10) --
Conflict with Jewish exorcists and pagan Magicians (Acts 19:11-20) --
Conflict with the cult of Artemis Ephesia (Acts 19:21-41) --
Paul's Sermon to the Ephesian Pastors (Acts 20:15-38; cf. 1 Timothy) --
Paul's trip to Jerusalem, Arrest, and Imprisonment (Acts 21:1-36) Location and Date of Writing: Paul's imprisonment --
Rome? --
Ephesus? --
Caesarea! --
Relationship to Colossians --
Purpose and Themes --
False teaching and Paganism --
Jews and Greeks in the body of Christ --
Baptism and the Spirit --
Subsidiary characteristics: Ecclesiology, Christology, Love and Marriage --
Structure and Rhetoric: Epistolary Outline --
Rhetorical outline --
Introductory Sections (Exordium and Narratio) --
Argumentation --
Proofs --
Refutations --
Conclusion --
1:1-23 Introduction --
1:1-2 Epistolary Salutation --
1:3-14 Proem: Berakah Prayer: Election and unity in Christ --
1:15-23 Exordium: Hodayah Prayer: Thanksgiving --
2:1-4:16 Proofs --
2:1-10 Make alive together in Christ --
2:11-22 Reconciled in One Body through the Cross --
3:1-13 Mystery of Paul's apostolic Mandate: The gospel of Christ for the Gentiles --
3:14-21 Intercession and Doxology: Revelation of the Mystery is for their strengthening and to God's Glory --
4:1-16 Creedal unity in the Spirit: One Lord, One faith, one Baptism 4:17-6:9 Refutations --
4:17-5:2 The Baptismal walk: Clothed in Christ --
5:3-14 Once you were in Darkness, but now you are light in the Lord --
5:15-21a The Liturgy of the Spirit filled baptized --
5:21b-6:9 Order as a gift of the Spirit and an Image of Christ and the Church --
5:21b-33 The Gospel I God's order: The Bridegroom and the Bride --
6:1-9 Order "in the Lord": Parents/Children, Masters/Slaves --
6:10-24 Conclusion --
6:10-17 Epilogue: The Armor of God: Baptismally enclosed in Christ --
6:18-24 Epistolary conclusion: Fellowship in prayer, commendation and blessing --
Index of subjects --
Index passages --
Select charts --
NT Hapax Legomena and other terms unique to Ephesians --
Rhetorical outline --
Paul's Epistolary conclusions --
Map --
Photos.
Series Title: Concordia commentary: a theological exposition of sacred Scripture; Concordia commentary.
Responsibility: Thomas M. Winger.

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