This study guide is divided into two parts and is concluded with a reinforcement study. Paul wrote a letter about unity. In the study, Jew and Gentile, slave and free--all are to live as family members. The roles are defined for husband and wife, brother and sister, parent and child in regard to con duct which draws people closer together, living as members of God's household. Ephesians distills the deepest of Paul's teachings about Jesus Christ and the Church. 11 studies for individuals or groups.
God's Design for Living in Unity and Love
In a world divided by political, social, economic, and religious hostility, Paul writes a letter about unity. Jew and Gentile, slave and free--all are to live as family members. Here Paul tells us how to conduct ourselves in our roles as husbands or wives, brothers or sisters, parents or children. He call us to be knit together--with every part and member working properly--by the power of the Holy Spirit. Let his practical message of order and wholeness empower you.
ROBERT BAYLIS is the author of several books, including the group Bible studies Ephesians: Living in God's Household and Romans: A Letter to Nonconformists. He also wrote a history of the Christian Brethren, titled My People, as well as two books on travel: Europe on Purpose and Pilgrim's London. In addition to teaching a high-school course on the Bible as literature, he owned a bookstore near U.C. Berkeley for twenty years and worked in the travel industry for fifteen years.