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The Book of Galatians
 

Galatians is one of Paul's Epistles. Epistles are letters Paul wrote to Christians in the early churches.

 

Galatians was written to the church that was in Galatia.  People who study the Bible do not agree on exactly where this Galatia was.  There were a couple of different places called Galatia.

The people Paul wrote to had been pagans in the past.  After they became Christians, some Jewish Christians wanted them to be more strict and follow Jewish laws.  They also told them that Paul had no authority to witness for Jesus Christ.

 

Paul wrote this letter to defend himself and show that he had authority. He also wanted the Christians to remember they are saved by grace, not by works.


Some of the parts of Paul's letter to the Galatians:

Paul talks about his conversion and his authority to witness for Jesus.
Paul talks about faith, freedom, and being saved by grace. 
Paul talks about how Christians should live.

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sexual immorality, lawsuits among believers, marriage and singleness, freedom in Christ, order in worship, the significance of the Lordís Supper, and the right use of spiritual gifts; he also included a profound teaching on the resurrection. - See more at: http://www.insight.org/resources/bible/first-corinthians.html#sthash.ncb1vzGo.dpuf
sexual immorality, lawsuits among believers, marriage and singleness, freedom in Christ, order in worship, the significance of the Lordís Supper, and the right use of spiritual gifts; he also included a profound teaching on the resurrection. - See more at: http://www.insight.org/resources/bible/first-corinthians.html#sthash.ncb1vzGo.dpuf
sexual immorality, lawsuits among believers, marriage and singleness, freedom in Christ, order in worship, the significance of the Lordís Supper, and the right use of spiritual gifts; he also included a profound teaching on the resurrection. - See more at: http://www.insight.org/resources/bible/first-corinthians.html#sthash.ncb1vzGo.dpuf
sexual immorality, lawsuits among believers, marriage and singleness, freedom in Christ, order in worship, the significance of the Lordís Supper, and the right use of spiritual gifts; he also included a profound teaching on the resurrection. - See more at: http://www.insight.org/resources/bible/first-corinthians.html#sthash.ncb1vzGo.dpuf


 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


















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