C6. What is the/an ekklesia according to Ephesians?

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  • Gerber, Christine. 2013. “Die alte Braut und Christi Leib. Zum ekklesiologischen Entwurf des Epheserbriefs,” NTS 59: 192-221.
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  • Harrill, J. Albert. 2014. “Ethnic Fluidity in Ephesians,” NTS 60: 379-402.
  • MacDonald, Margaret Y. 2004. “The Politics of Identity in Ephesians,” JSNT 26: 419-44.
  • MacDonald, Margaret Y. 1988. The Pauline Cchurches: a Socio-Historical study of Institutionalization in the Pauline and Deutero-Pauline Writings. SNTS Monograph Series 60. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 
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