How can man be right with God? Working from Galatians 1, this article shows that there are only two answers to this question: either by grace or by law. However, only one can be right - and this is what made Paul's gospel unique. Paul's gospel was not manmade; it sought God's glory and it was mandated by God.
The themes of creation and redemption have always been of great importance in Christian theology. This essay wants to discuss the relationship and contrast between the old and new creation. A passage often used to contrast the old with the new is Galatians 3:28. This study seeks to determine how the two are related in this passage.
From Galatians 6:14-15 this article shows that the gospel is all about Jesus Christ, and there is no room for adding anything to it or subtracting from it.
Beale argues that the fruit of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22 appears to be an allusion to Isaiah's promise that the Holy Spirit as gift for the new creation would bring about abundant fertility in the last days. The main references include Isaiah 32 and Isaiah 57. He draws a link from his understanding of Galatians 5 to Galatians 6:14-16.
Looking at the relationship between Deuteronomy 21:23 and Galatians 3:13, this article shows how Christ fulfilled the text of Deuteronomy through the crucifixion. The author shows how Christ's fulfillment of the law and His obedience to the point of being hung on a tree contrasts with Adam's disobedience of eating from the tree.