The book of Ephesians portrays a God so great that Paul can hardly contain himself. From the opening greetings to the church in Ephesus, Paul’s words of the greatness of Christ gush forth. All things are fulfilled in Christ, and through Christ, we are made alive with God and one with each other. In this commentary, Homer A. Kent, Jr. brings his years of experience as a pastor and New Testament scholar to bear on the book of Ephesians. This commentary introduces readers to one of the clearest statements of Pauline theology in the New Testament.
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Homer Kent, Jr. taught for fifty years at Grace Theological Seminary and Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana, where he also served as dean of the seminary for fourteen years and president of both schools for ten and retired as president emeritus and professor emeritus of New Testament and Greek.