Commentary on Ephesians by James S Candlish

John MacGregor Candlish [1821–1901], The Epistle of Paul to the Ephesians with Introduction and Notes

This is a short commentary on Paul’s letter to Ephesians by James S. Candlish, Professor of Theology at the Free Church College in Glasgow. My thanks to Book Aid for making a copy of this public domain title available for digitisation.

John MacGregor Candlish [1821–1901], The Epistle of Paul to the Ephesians with Introduction and Notes. Handbooks for Bible Classes and Private Students. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1901. Hbk. pp.132. [Click to visit the Ephesians page for the download link for this title and other resources]

Table of Contents

Introduction

  1. Authorship
  2. To Whom Addressed
  3. Time and Circumstances of Writing
  4. Scope and Contents of the Letter
  5. Relation of the Epistle to Other Parts of the New Testament

The Epistle with Notes

  • The Salutation. Ch. 1.1, 2
  • Prauise for God’s Salvation. Ch. 1.3-14
  • Prayer for Believers. Ch. 1.1—2-10
  • Reminder of their Changed Position. Ch. 2.11-12
  • Appeal as the Prisoner of Christ for the Gentiles. Ch. 3.1-21
  • Exhorttion to Loving Unity. Ch. 4.1-16.
  • Exhortation to Christian Living. Ch. 4.17—5.21
  • Exhortation to Mutual Subjection. Ch. 5.22—6.9
  • Call to Arms Against Spiritual Foes. Ch. 6.10-20
  • Conclusion. Ch. 6.21-24.

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