The author discusses in detail the teachings around the subject of regeneration. Included are discussions on its necessity, what it is and means to the believer, and the results of the process of regeneration. The author dutifully addresses many terms to do with regeneration, including spirit, flesh, illumination, degeneration, and fallen nature.
How should we understand the use of "flesh" (Greek, sarx) and "spirit" (Greek, pneuma) in Galatians 5:1-26? Is it the description of an internal human duality in a Christian? This article wants to reconsider the widespread understanding of Paul's use of the "sarx"/"pneuma" antithesis in Galatians 5-Galatians 6.