Bible 102 - Ephesians Analysis

Bible 102 - Ephesians Analysis - Tim Thyne BIBL 102.04 S...

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Tim Thyne BIBL 102.04 S. Johnson 3/22/2007 A Literary Analysis of the Letter to the Ephesians Historical Analysis Ephesians was written by Paul to the church in Ephesus and the surrounding  churches. Written in about 60 A.D. from a prison cell in Rome, Paul’s purpose was to  strengthen the believers in Ephesus in their faith by explaining the nature and purpose of  the church, the body of Christ (Life Application Study Bible NIV). Literary Analysis Unity in Christ      – Our Identity (1:1 – 3:21) o Indicative - a mood that represents the act or state as an objective fact 1:3-14—Introduction Looks back to the design of God before all time Looks at the present Looks to the future Prayer and thanksgiving 2:1-10—Then and now
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“But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far away have  been brought near through the blood of Christ.” 2:11-22—Unity of the church
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Bible 102 - Ephesians Analysis - Tim Thyne BIBL 102.04 S...

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