About the book of Galatians

Titles, Summaries, and Commentary.

Summary of Galatians

Galatians is the Book of Law versus Grace. The Apostle Paul’s first epistle characterizes his entire ministry in revealing the grace of God to the Church. Galatians was written to believers who had been saved by grace, but returned to legalism for their subsequent walk. As a result, it is a practical book for believers in every generation.

What does Galatians mean?

Pros Galatas “to the Galatians” is named for the recipients of the epistle (Gal. 1:2).

Who wrote Galatians?

The Apostle Paul, formerly known as Saul of Tarsus. Saved by grace, called by grace, serving through grace, Paul teaches the infinite value of grace.

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