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"And the Two Shall Become One Flesh": A Study of Traditions by J. Paul Sampley

By J. Paul Sampley

During this special exegesis of Ephesians five: 21-33 Dr Sampley not just elucidates the that means of this hard and traditionally vital passage, yet he additionally discusses and describes the history and assets of the Epistle. particularly he lines the historical past of the traditions included in it and demonstrates convincingly that the author of Ephesians drew seriously on yes passages in Genesis and Leviticus. Ephesians may be noticeable as a mosaic of traditions ingeniously prepared and hired to specific the recent message of the early church. This booklet may be of curiosity to all previous and New testomony students.

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3 : 18 ai yuvalKES UTTOT&<7CFE<70£ TOIS avSpaaiv 1 Pet. 5IOIS dvSpdaiv 1 T i m . 2 : 1 1 yuvq EV fjauxia [iavOavETCo sv TraoT) UTTOTayrj Titus 2 : 4 f. i'va aco9povi3coaiv Tas VEas qnAav5pous Eivai. . 5IOIS dvSpdaiv Eph. 5 : 25 oi dvSpEs, dyairocTE Tas yuvaims Col. 3 : 19 01 dv5p£S, dyaTTOTE Tas yuvaixas 1 Pet. , the address to the wives will mention in its object the husbands, and vice versa. About the verb it is possible to be even more specific. Within the NT Haustafeln the wives are consistently urged to be submissive to their husbands.

8, as it is in Eph. 5: 2#, as a death Crrrep fjucov. Gal. 2: 20 is indeed very similar: TOU dyoCTTfjcrocvTos JJLS KOCI 7rapa56vTos eavrrov uirep e|iou. Whereas Rom. 8: 32 lacks the association of dyoardco and 7rapa5i5co|ii, Gal. 2: 20 exhibits it just as Ephesians does. In Eph. 5: 25 the object of Christ's love and his giving himself up is the church. In Gal. 2: 20, the same basic verbs are used, but the object is 'me'. In contrast to the example from Rom. 8: 32, but in agreement with both occurrences in Ephesians, Christ, or the Son of God, and not God himself, is the one who loves and gives himself up.

Ezekiel concludes the description of Jerusalem's ornamentation by saying, cYou grew exceedingly beautiful (eysvou KCCAT] oxpoSpoc) and came to regal estate' (16: 13). Jerusalem's beauty was her hallmark among the nations (16: 14,0). Likewise in Ephesians, the splendor and purity of the church were to be her insignia in the world as a direct result of Christ's giving himself up for her. ). Actually the LXX shows an even greater emphasis on beauty than does the Hebrew text. te the LXX has used two prepositional phrases: sv euTrpsTTeioc and ev TTJ cbpaioTr|Ti.

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