The Berean Expositor
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in the opening chapters of this epistle is understood and appreciated, the practical
outworking can be safely left to work itself out without human assistance.
Others avenues of exposition lie before us, and we hope to explore these together with
our readers, but no one that understands the peculiar nature of the testimony of The
Berean Expositor will need to be told that whether we are engaged in the study of
Genesis or Revelation or of any intermediate book, whether we seek a structure or
endeavour to untie a grammatical knot, from first to last and all the time "STANDARD
TRUTH" to us must be that revelation of superlative grace which is enshrined in the
epistle to the Ephesians."