Conclusive proof that Ephesians written during St Paul’s lockdown discovered!

Church Life

Many scholars have asked: when was Ephesians written?

According to tradition, St Paul wrote the letter while he was imprisoned in Rome around AD 62. More recently, liberal scholars have suggested it was written between AD 80 and 100 by another writer using Paul’s name and style.

But it took the Coronavirus lockdown to open the eyes of Jed Thomas, chief researcher at the Institute of Research to what had been right in front of scholars all this time.

“Everyone is familiar with the armour of God described in Ephesians 6: the belt, the breastplate, the shoes, the shield, the helmet and the sword.  But what they are less familiar with is what the apostle Paul missed out.”

“However, anyone who’s been working at home via Zoom meetings will immediately see it!”

“The trousers!”

Pants for American readers (but definitely not pants for our British readers).

“Who else would forget such an important part of clothing but someone who has been in lockdown?  Therefore, it is conclusive proof that Ephesians was written by Paul when locked down in prison in AD 62.”

Reporter: John Spencer aka Not the Bible 

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