Chapter 1 provides an exposition of Galatians 1:1-10.
This chapter presents an exegesis and exposition of Galatians 1:1-10.
This chapter presents an introduction to Galatians. Introductory matters addressed include the nature of the text, what the letter implies about its situation, contexts for understanding Galatians, its structure, issues in its reception, and an outline of the letter.
This article considers Galatians 1:6-9, and why anyone would turn away from the gospel to a different gospel.
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.
This article shows that the reference in Galatians 3 to Abraham hearing the gospel when the Lord promised to bless all nations through him has to do with the Holy Spirit. The author explains that the promise to Abraham was a promise that included the Holy Spirit.