Who are we to be in this materialistic age? Our identity, Ephesians tells us, can only be found in Christ. The spiritual blessings that we receive can only be found in him. We are chosen and raised in him. We form together to be the church in him. Ephesians paints for us a glorious picture of who we are and what the church is meant to be as we seek to teach others with these timeless truths.
"a closely argued, warmly applied letter from the heart of the Apostle to the Gentiles, reflected in Simon's careful analysis for the Bible preacher or teacher. His love of the book and understanding of its relevance for today comes through clearly in this important contribution to the Teaching the Bible series."
David Jackman & Adrian Reynolds, series editors
This useful resource, alongside the others in this growing Teaching the Bible Series, are for those who have the privilege and the joy of teaching or preaching a particular book or theme from the Bible. Whether you are a small group leader, preacher or a youth worker, it will help you to communicate the message from Ephesians. This book will provide a useful launching pad for a biblical exposition with background, structure, key points and application.
About Simon Austen
Simon Austen has degrees in Science and Theology. A previous chaplain of Stowe School, he is now Rector at St Leonard's in Exeter in England.