An Exposition of the Epistle to the Ephesians

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An Exposition of the Epistle to the Ephesians.

By Robert E. Pattison

Robert E. Pattison (1800-1874) brought years of pastoral experience as well as theological teaching to bear in writing this, “his only literary monument.” First published in Boston in 1859, C. H. Spurgeon counted this work among the very best on this epistle, stating in his Commenting and Commentaries that it was “A book to instruct intelligent, experienced believers,” and “a model for a class-book, plain yet profound.” Includes a biographical essay on the author, an appendix containing Pattison’s address to the Warren Baptist Association in which he contends that it is not the outward miracles that would now commend the gospel to others for consideration, but the inward miracle of the transformed life, which then outwardly through a commitment to piety may be effectually used of the Lord in the conversion of others, and a second appendix of a sermon by Hanserd Knollys on Ephesians 1:4. 264 pages.