The city of Ephesus was an important religious center in the ancient Roman world--which means the Christian church had an uphill battle if it wanted to survive here.
In his letter to the Christians in Ephesus, Paul wanted to remind the church what made it distinct from the worldly religions. He wanted the Christians to know how their lives were to be a shining example in the darkness that prevailed. And he wanted them to know how to stand against the attacks that would inevitable come.
Join author and professor Dr. Harold Berry for this verse-by-verse examination of the Apostle Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians.
Dr. Harold J. Berry is a former professor of Bible and Greek at Grace University of Omaha. He served for many years as personal assistant to Theodore H. Epp, founder of Back to the Bible. Dr. Berry holds a Master of Theology degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Divinity from Grace University.
This study was adapted from Harold Berry, “Study in Ephesians” (Lincoln, Neb.: Back to the Bible, 2020).