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The Drama of Ephesians
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Table of Contents

Preface
1 Exploring the Drama of Ephesians
2 Some Mysterious Actors on the Stage
3 Transforming the Imagination
4 God?s Victory over the Powers
5 Embodying God?s Victory as an Apostle
6 Empowering Subversive Performances
7 Performing the Divine Warrior
Conclusion: The Drama of Ephesians?Christ, the Powers and the Subversive People of God
Notes
Scripture Index

About the Author

Timothy G. Gombis (Ph.D., University of St. Andrews) is associate professor of New Testament at Cedarville University. His Ph.D. dissertation was on divine warfare in Ephesians.

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"What Gombis gives us here is not another commentary of Ephesians but a perspective on the letter as a whole that ultimately enlists us as players in God's story. . . . The book reflects extensive research on the cosmic warfare elements in Ephesians and Jewish thought of the time, a vision of Ephesians that is both faithful to the text and captures our imaginations in a fresh way, and is good scholarship that is written to serve the very church he sees as a central actor in this drama of God's triumph."--Bob on Books, September 14, 2015
"Gombis makes a convincing case that Ephesians is calling us to commit to cruciform and subversive performances, and for this powerful point alone, this book is a valuable read."--Wes Vander Lugt, Transpositions, March 8, 2011
"This commentary . . . Provides a concise, fresh look at Paul's letter to the Ephesians."--Cliff Kvidahl, Bible Study Magazine, May/June 2011

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