The Apostle Paul wrote the letters to the Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon from prison toward the end of his life. They are Paul’s “Prison Epistles.” They contain his teaching on some of the New Testament’s grandest themes and some of its most useful principles affecting the life and ministry of the church. This stand-alone course is on Ephesians, the longest of the four. Ephesians has been described in numerous superlative terms, such as “The Queen of Paul’s Epistles.” We will work from the general to the specific, to give the student a more confident grasp of the book, first over-all, then more detailed. This class will deal briefly with background matters, but will primarily be a textual and practical study of the book.
Instructor: David Hull, M.Div.
BIB449 (This seminar will be presented online only. Before you register for this seminar, be sure you understand what is involved.
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Half-day Seminar: Saturday, 10/10/20
9:30 a.m. — 1:30 p.m.
$29 audit or .25 credit
Submission of an essay is required to receive credit. Please see the course page after you register.
(Note: A class on the other three Prison Epistles will be offered on Saturday, October 24.)