Passage: Galatians 1:1–6:18
The epistle to the Galatians, believed to be one of the earliest letters written by the apostle Paul, is addressed to a group of churches in Galatia (present day Turkey). While Paul may or may not have planted the church, he writes with a clear aim to address fatal heresies that are taking root in the church there. Paul is angry and astonished that the people have been deceived so easily, and he calls them back to the Truth. This book is applicable to us now; it is for us to take apart to reconfigure our heart for faith in Christ.
- What is Galatians?
- Why Galatians?
- Who is Galatians written for? (Galatians 2:20)