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This audiobook is a fascinating examination of Ephesians, the epistle written by the apostle Paul around A. D. 60. Best-selling author and renowned Bible scholar Dr. Bill Creasy showcases his dedication and knowledge of the subject, welcoming listeners with his down-to-earth, humorous lecturing style. He makes his ancient subject lively and relevant, and creates scenes and narratives that are both easy to follow and entertaining. Anyone wishing to deepen his study of Ephesians will be happy to join the large and loving audience who depend on Dr. Creasy's spiritual guidance.

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Paul’s third missionary journey was his most successful, by far. Paul spends A.D. 54-57 in Ephesus, a dazzling deep-water port city on the west coast of Asian Minor. A very wealthy city and the home of the Temple of Diana (one of the seven wonders of the ancient world), Ephesus could boast a population of 250,000, a fabulous theater seating 25,000, marble streets (with street lighting at night - one of only three such cities in the Roman Empire), and a deep and abiding love of literature, theater, and culture. Paul is a sophisticated urban creature, and he is very much at home in Ephesus. By the end of his nearly three-year stay, Paul can rightly claim that “all of Asia Minor had heard the gospel” as a result of his efforts in Ephesus.

Ephesians is one of three epistles and one letter that Paul writes while in Rome, A.D. 60-62 (Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon). Often incorrectly referred to as one of Paul’s “prison epistles” (he was not in prison in Rome in A.D. 60-62; he was living in his own rented house, free to come and go as he pleased), Ephesians is a brilliant exposition of Paul’s thesis that we are “saved by grace through faith”. It is also a glittering display of Paul’s rhetorical fireworks. Logos Bible Study’s Dr. Bill Creasy examines this extraordinary epistle in detail.

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  • Kyle
  • Vista, CA, United States
  • 11-11-16

Ephesians

this was a great book. this author just knows how to read the Bible and make it fun and educated

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Fantastic series of lectures!

This is another great lecture series from Dr. Bill Creasy. He is always incredibly insightful and engaging. He often supplements the material with personal stories which are relevant and interesting. He has taken several trips to Israel and the Middle East where he visits the locations depicted in the Bible and he shares those first hand accounts which enables him to take you back to that point in time that the scripture is talking about.

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This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

Kind of shallow and repetitive. Unlike a book (this is a lecture) this does not seem to be well prepared and scripted. Sorry. Just not enough meat.

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Awesome

amazing as usual, very insightful. dr. creasy does an great job. I have been listening to dr. creasy for 1 & 1/2 years now and it keeps getting better :)

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The Armor of God

Dr. Creasy puts it all in perspective. His commentary is provocative and brings the past into the present day.

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  • TrishDS
  • 06-16-17

Thank you

Thank you for that illuminating teaching on the subject of relationships. Namely that there was no "submit" in the original Greek writing. Please listen to this teaching for a fuller explanation of this area.