Paul comes now to a close with his argument from salvation history. Beginning with the place of the law in God’s one plan of salvation(Galatians 3:15-18), he goes on to explain that the purpose of the law Read More
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 was subordinate to the Abrahamic Covenant (3:15 – 18), Read More
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 custody, in order to restrain him from doing more criminal activities. Read More
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 which Christ has released us (Galatians 3:13), Read More
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