Saturday, January 31, 2015

S1-EP5: Did Paul Write Ephesians?

Season 1. Episode 5.

In this episode, I talk about some of the major issues concerning Pauline authorship relating to Ephesians.

I also briefly discuss some interpretive and current concerns about the authority of Scripture as it relates to the question of authorship.

I sound sick and stuffy, but hopefully you get something out of it.

Some commentaries that will be helpful for you include:

Non-Pauline:
Andrew T. Lincoln. Ernest Best. Pheme Perkins. Charles Talbert. John Muddiman. Margaret MacDonald. Raymond Collins. Rudolph Schnackenburg. 

Pro-Pauline:
Lynn Cohick. P.T. O’Brien. F.F. Bruce. Ben Witherington. Frank Thielman. Markus Barth.

NQ

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