The Epistle of Paul to the Galatians
The Peril of Legalism in Christanity
Paul wrote this epistle to meet the error that the Galatians had fallen into. Judaizing teachers had deceived them into receiving "another gospel," which involved keeping the law of Moses. They were Jews who professed conversion to Christianity, but Paul does not admit them as being true believers, calling them "false brethren". Theu had crept in among the saints unawares, and having infiltrated the Christian ranks, they gained a footing among the Galatian assemblies, and did their work of undermining the gospel of the grace of God...
|Number of Pages||114|
|Subject||Commentaries (New Testament)|