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

  • Aletti, Jean-Noël. «Les difficultés ecclésiologiques de la lettre aux Éphésiens. De quelques suggestions» Biblica 85 (2004) : 457-474.
  • Barth, Markus. The Broken Wall: A Study of the Epistle to the Ephesians. London: Collins, 1960.
  • Bockmuehl, Markus. 2008. “Is there a New Testament Doctrine of the Church?” In Scripture’s Doctrine and Theology’s Bible, 29-44. Ed. M. Bockmuehl. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic
  • Dahl, Nils A. Studies in Ephesians: Introductory Questions, Text- and Edition-Critical Issues, Interpretation of Texts and ThemesTübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2000.
  • Dunning, Benjamin H. “Strangers and Aliens No Longer: Negotiating Identity and Difference in Ephesians 2,” HTR 99 (2006): 1-16.
  • Gerber, Christine. “Die alte Braut und Christi Leib. Zum ekklesiologischen Entwurf des Epheserbriefs,” NTS 59 (2013): 192-221.
  • Harrill, J. Albert. “Ethnic Fluidity in Ephesians,” NTS 60 (2014): 379-402.
  • Käsemann, “Ephesians and Acts,” in Studies in Luke-Acts. Edited by Leander E. Keck and J. Louis Martyn. Nashville and New York, Abingdon, 1966.
  • MacDonald, Margaret Y. “The Politics of Identity in Ephesians,” JSNT 26 (2004): 419-44.
  • Mihoc, Daniel. “Aspects of Ecclesiology in the Letter to the Ephesians According to St. John Chrysostom,” Sacra Scripta 2 (2008): 182-99.
  • Schlier, H. Christus und die Kirche im EpheserbriefTübingen: Mohr, 1930.
  • Thompson, James W. 2014. The Church According to Paul: Rediscovering the Community Conformed to Christ. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic.
  • Yee, Tet-Lim N. Jews, Gentiles and Ethnic Reconciliation: Paul’s Jewish Identity and Ephesians. SNTSMS 130. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005.
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