Galatians Study – “The Galatian churches had come into being as a result of Paul’s missionary labors. Therefore the apostle was especially exercised in spirit when he learned that Jewish Christian agitators had circulated among these Gentile converts seeking to impose circumcision and the burden of the Mosaic law upon them as necessary for salvation (Gal 1:7; 4:17; 5:10). Writing under great stress (as is suggested by the omission of the usual thanksgiving), he met the issue squarely, and thus, in the epistle to the Galatians, gave to the Church a mighty polemic against the Judaizing error.” Wycliff Overview

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Galatians Part 1 Eternal Judgment

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Galatians Part 3 Audio

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Galatians Part 1 Eternal Judgment. Few Christians, even those called theologians, understand this subject even though it is a foundational teaching which we should all be familiar. The Scriptures give many admonishments and warnings to all even those who think they are in good standing with God. Jesus, warning about the necessity of doing the Father’s will said though people call Him Lord, say they cast out devils, prophesy, and work wonderful works, Jesus will say as He judges, “…depart from me, ye that work iniquity.” This eternal judgment will happen to many according to Jesus. It’s imperative we now about this subject.

Part 2. This is a look at Galatians 1-10 the salutation v 1-5 and the accursing v 6-10 which is the theme of the book. We’ll see why Jesus gave Himself and what it means for Jesus to deliver us from this evil world.

Galatians Part 3 Paul gives his autobiography in this section. False teaching removes us from Christ. Paul didn’t receive his teaching from men. His teaching was revelation from God. How much of what we are taught is from men rather than revelation from God?


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