Paul ends the epistle to the Galatians with a practical note about living out ones life based on Christian Grace. I hope the journey has been beneficial, and I hope that we close strong!
Category Archives: Series 2: Galatians, Our Magna Carta
The Ethics of Lawless Christianity
Have you ever had someone question the Christian faith on the grounds that it allows Christians to do whatever they want, and still go to Heaven? Paul faced that question as well, and Galatians 5 includes the first part of his answer.
Abraham and Isaac – and Ishmael
Free – But Returning to Bondage
The Galatian Christians were free, but they were returning to bondage by going back to the law. Listen to Paul’s passionate call to these sheep to return to freedom.
Completely Free – no strings attached
The Promise and the Law
Peter and Paul in Conflict with the Gospel at Stake
Galatians 2 begins by demonstrating that the apostles had a good working relationship founded in mutual respect, but the gospel was to Paul greater than either of them.
Paul’s Conversion – Religious without God
Paul was a religious man in need of the Savior. Let’s consider his conversion for a moment as we learn it was all of God.
The Gospel – Without Cream or Sugar
The introduction of our series on Galatians. Throughout history, it becomes easy for the gospel to get adulterated, but we want the gospel pure, without unhealthy additives.