Calvin's forty-three sermons on Galatians, preached in French between 14 November 1557 and 8 May 1558, were taken down in shorthand by Denis Raguenier, the professional scribe hired for this purpose by the French emigrants in Geneva. they were later published and sold, but - in a decision which typified the remarkable practical Christianity which Genevan believers had learned from Calvin's preaching the proceeds were used to provide relief for poor French-speaking refugees.
Calvin stresses the great themes of Galatians - human sin and depravity; law and grace; the love that took Christ Jesus to the cross; forgiveness of sin; justification by faith alone; and the resultant life of holiness.
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