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
- To Whom Addressed
- Time and Circumstances of Writing
- Scope and Contents of the Letter
- 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.