An Expository Commentary Based upon Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians
Imprint: Resource Publications
"Robert Callahan's multivolume commentary on Ephesians not only reflects 'real responsibility' and freedom under the Word, but it also beautifully exemplifies the very sort of active participation in Holy Scripture that Barth saw as so vital for the true freedom of a true congregation of Jesus Christ. It is a bold testimony and tour de force against the many secret and open rebellions in congregations throughout America today, and I am thrilled to recommend it. It is full of important theological insights that could only derive from a serious engagement of the text and a long time Walking with Jesus."
Professor of Systematic Theology
Erskine Theological Seminary
author of Karl Barth's Theological Exegesis
"Bob Callahan is a man who loves the Scriptures and loves the God to which they attest. His lessons on Ephesians are deep and rich. Bob has as his conversation partners the great minds and spirits of the church, and he is at once very readable and very faithful."
-Todd B. Jones
Pastor, First Presbyterian Church
"One would be hard-pressed to find a more thorough investigation of the treasures of Ephesians than what Mr. Callahan has written. The author has taken meticulous care to draw from the epistle as many of the theological riches as he could glean--and the reader could digest. No one will put his book down without a deeper appreciation for the relevancy of Paul's insights and teachings as given first to the church at Ephesus and now, by God's grace, to us."
-Norman H. McCrummen III
Senior Pastor, Spring Hill Presbyterian Church
"One of the most interesting recent developments in churches concerns the renewed focus on the doctrine of the Trinity. While historians of Christian thought and systematic theologians have been exploring the complex metaphysical issues, church members are beginning to recover the devotional and spiritual origins out of which this doctrine first rose into prominence. Robert Callahan's book is a fine example of the way in which a layman has approached this magnificent topic in a spirit of Bible study and prayer."
General Editor of Kerygma Bible Studies
Former Managing Director of John Knox Press