Ephesians has been called "the most sublime of all the Pauline epistles."
Perhaps like no other portion of Scripture, Ephesians combines stratospheric theology with real-life application. In this commentary, Stewart Custer shares his passion for the beauty of the book of Ephesians. His combination of theological expertise and practical pastoral concern uniquely qualifies him to write a commentary on this epistle.
The introductory material explores the origin, authenticity, theology, and purpose of Ephesians and offers several outlines for the book. Each chapter includes reverent exposition, the author's own translation, and intensely practical application. Extensive notes show definitions and nuances of important Greek words and share possible sermon outlines. Indexes of Scripture references and topics discussed--as well as Custer's trademark annotated bibliography--provide avenues for further study of this profound book of the Bible.