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Thought these were conservativeUser Review - Christianbook.com
I bought this commentary thinking that it came from a conservative viewpoint. Very disappointed to find out right off that the author denies Pauline authorship of Ephesians. The scholarship is thorough, but this book will be hard to trust knowing its coming from such a critical viewpoint.
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Lincoln doesn't believe in Pauline authorship--something that alerts me from the start about this person's view of the Scripture. But, you don't have to agree with all the assumptions of a commentator in order to benefit from his analysis of the text. That given, Lincoln was a considerable help for the particularly difficult passages I wasn't able to figure out from Hoehner and O'Brien. I would recommend those two before this Lincoln.
Relation to Colossians and the Rest of the Pauline Corpus
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