Ephesians, The Epistle to

Ephesians, The Epistle to, a presumably circular letter of St. Paul to the Church at Ephesus, among other Churches in the East, written to show that the Gentile had a standing in Christ as well as the Jew, and that it was agreeable to the eternal purpose of God that the two should form one body in Him; it contains Paul's doctrine of the Church, and appears to have been written during his first imprisonment in Rome (61-63); it appears from the spirit that breathes in it and the similar thoughts and exhortations, contained to have been written at the same time as the Epistle to the Colossians.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Épernay * Ephialtes
Eolus
Eon
Eon de Beaumont, Charles d'
Eos
Eötvös, Jozsef
Epact
Epaminondas
Epée, Charles Michel, Abbé de l'
Epeius
Épernay
Ephesians, The Epistle to
Ephialtes
Ephialtes
Ephod
Eph`ori
Ephraem Syrus
Ephraim
Epic
Epic melody
Epicharis
Epicharmus