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1 In the Romans and both Galatian commentaries he spells out the theological reason for viewing man in his entire being as either flesh or spirit, trusting in self or trusting in God.
2 He comes on strong, wondering how the Galatian Christians could have been "bewitched" (v. l) by the legalists .
3 The vision proclaimed by Paul in his Letter to the Galatians is totally undermined by moral dualisms he never even envisaged.
4 From the letter itself we discover that there seemed to be several groups in the Galatian churches. Each group had a wrong slant on the Gospel (verses 6,7). This is what disturbed Paul so much.
5 The last chapter of 1Corinthians says, "Now about the collection for God'speople: Do what I told the Galatian churches to do.
6 From the letter itself we discover that there seemed to be several groups in the Galatian churches. Each group had a wrong slant on the Gospel (vv. 6-7). This disturbed Paul very much.
7 The slogan "in by grace, stay in by works, " sometimes associated with the so-called "New Perspective on Paul, " is nothing less than the Galatian heresy condemned by the Apostle Paul.
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