From Galatians 3:15 up to this point Paul argued for the temporary or interim nature of the Mosaic law. He began by asserting that the Mosaic law
To be under someone else's custody can mean many things. It could mean in the sense of government authorities placing a criminal under their cust
According to Paul, works of the law cannot justify (Galatians 2:16; cf. 3:2, 5), the law brings not a blessing but a curse (Galatians 3:10) from
In order to understand Galatians 3:15-18, we need to know Paul's flow of thought beginning from verse 1.
First, in verses 1-5 Paul argued from e
In my profession as a programmer, when a program or an app breaks because of an update on operating system, one of our first diagnosis is compati
Consider one wealthy individual who died without leaving any last will and testament that contains the names of those who will inherit his wealth
What is a deacon? Often, much attention has been given to the office of the elder / pastor, and we are left with a vague idea of what a deacon is
After a two chapter defense of his apostolic authority, Paul now proceeds with the defense of his message, namely the gospel. Galatians 3:1-5:12
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