Homer A. Kent, Jr. offers a fresh look at the inexhaustible riches of this portion of Scripture and states that "Paul's Epistle to the Galatians stands with his Epistle to the Romans as influencing Christian thought and history more than any other New Testament book.
Most interpreters are convinced that the problem that prompted the letter was the attempt by certain agitators to force the Gentile converts in these churches to observe the Old Testament ceremonies and to accept a doctrine of justification on the basis of personal merit—a problem of deep concern to their spiritual father, Paul.
Thirteen chapters on the book or epistle to the Galatians, with photographs, maps, illustrations, in-depth commentary and discussion questions at the end of each chapter.
Discussion questions guide the study of each of the 13 chapters in this commentary. An introductory chapter deals with the authorship of Galatians, the destination of the epistle, and its date.
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