The Ephesians have a very wise law relative to the construction of public edifices.
That phrase 'in Him' is in some sense the keynote of this Epistle to the Ephesians.
For this feat, the Ephesians called Apollonius a god, and reared a statue to his honor.
Take the two prayers in Ephesians—the one for light, the other for strength.
Did the poet have in mind the spiritual armor described in Ephesians vi, 11-17?
Were not the Ephesians originally Athenians, and Ephesus is no mean city?
Page 4, there was a reference "11:10" listed under Ephesians.
More fully still is the unity drawn out in the Epistle to the Ephesians.
This the reader can see at a glance, in the epistles to the Ephesians, Colossians, and Titus.
Davidson and Mayerhoff believe that neither Ephesians nor Colossians is genuine.