Written by the Revd John Proctor, General Secretary of the United Reformed Church, and a former Director of New Testament Studies and Greek at Westminster College, Cambridge, the Letter to the Ephesians is often considered to be a
circular letter, perhaps summing up Paul’s teaching by a later hand.
But reading it as a letter to a specific context offers some important
insights. This practical and lyrical reading notes the themes relevant to
first-century Ephesus and Christians living there, and so draws out the
letter’s acute relevance to our own context.