Galatians
Galatians

Galatians

in Concordia Commentary

by A. Andrew Das

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Pages 738
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
Published 2014
ISBN-13 9780758615527
Paul's fiercely passionate letter to the Galatians offers a rare glimpse into the early history of the emerging Christ-believing movement. Paul is seething with righteous indignation over the events at Galatia even as he conveys his hope that the Galatians might be coaxed back to the true Gospel.

The Galatians' young faith was grappling with issues that would prove to be a watershed. Do gentile Christians need to adopt Moses’ Law and be circumcised as Jews in order to worship the God of the Jewish Savior? Or does Baptism incorporate every manner of person—without distinction—into Christ? Does faith alone suffice for salvation? Across the divide of two thousand years of time and cultural space, the letter to the Galatians is an authoritative witness to the catholic Gospel of salvation by grace alone, for all people alike.

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Philip du Toit Philip du Toit March 23, 2018
This is a massive up-to-date scholarly commentary (738 pages). Das mostly follows a conservative, traditional line. The commentary is comprehensive and engages with opposing views.