The Ephesians have a very wise law relative to the construction of public edifices.
Take the two prayers in Ephesians—the one for light, the other for strength.
For this feat, the Ephesians called Apollonius a god, and reared a statue to his honor.
Were not the Ephesians originally Athenians, and Ephesus is no mean city?
Did the poet have in mind the spiritual armor described in Ephesians vi, 11-17?
That phrase 'in Him' is in some sense the keynote of this Epistle to the Ephesians.
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.