Ephesians: A Theological Commentary for Preachers Abraham Kuruvilla

ISBN: 9781498203043

Published: April 28th 2015

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266 pages


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Ephesians: A Theological Commentary for Preachers  by  Abraham Kuruvilla

Ephesians: A Theological Commentary for Preachers by Abraham Kuruvilla
April 28th 2015 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 266 pages | ISBN: 9781498203043 | 8.73 Mb

Ephesians: A Theological Commentary for Preachers engages hermeneutics for preaching, employing theological exegesis that enables the preacher to utilize all the units of the Letter to craft effective sermons. This commentary unpacks the crucial linkMoreEphesians: A Theological Commentary for Preachers engages hermeneutics for preaching, employing theological exegesis that enables the preacher to utilize all the units of the Letter to craft effective sermons. This commentary unpacks the crucial link between Scripture and application: the theology of each preaching text, that is, what the author is doing with what he is saying.

Ephesians is divided into twelve preaching units and the theological focus of each is delineated. The overall theological trajectory or theme of the book deals with Gods consummation of all things in the cosmos in Christ, and the role of the church in this grand and glorious divine operation.

This theme is progressively developed in Ephesians, in each of the twelve passages. The specific theological thrust of each unit is captured in this commentary, making possible a sequential homiletical movement through each pericope of Ephesians. While the primary goal of the commentary is to take the preacher from text to theology, it also provides two sermon outlines for each of the twelve preaching units of Ephesians. The unique approach of this work results in a theology-for-preaching commentary that promises to be useful for anyone teaching through Ephesians with an emphasis on application.

Abraham Kuruvilla is Professor of Pastoral Ministries at Dallas Theological Seminary, and a dermatologist in private practice. He is the author of Text to Praxis: Hermeneutics and Homiletics in Dialogue (2009), Mark: A Theological Commentary for Preachers (2012), Privilege the Text! A Theological Hermeneutic for Preaching (2013), and Genesis: A Theological Commentary for Preachers (2014).

He blogs regularly at www.homiletix.com.



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