Studies in the Book of Galatians
In the July 25, 1899, issue of the Adventist Review and Sabbath Herald, the co-editor Alonzo T. Jones wrote: "Several letters have been received asking what law is the subject of consideration in the book of Galatians."His answer was: "Not any law at all; it is the gospel that is the subject, and the whole subject, under consideration in the book of Galatians."Thus he began an in-depth series of studies that lasted sixteen months. The results are faithfully reproduced here for use in your study and personal growth.
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THE TWO COVENANTS
Abraham Abram added altogether apostles bear believed blessing bondage book of Galatians born brethren bring brought called ceremonial law Christian circumcision coming commandments covenant crucified curse dead delivered earth entered eternal everlasting expressed fact faith in Christ faith of Jesus father flesh forever fullness Galatians gave Gentiles give given glory God's gospel grace Hagar hand hath heart heir hope inheritance Isaac Israel Jerusalem Jesus Christ Jews justified justified by faith keep knowledge land law of God live Lord means mind Moses mount nature never offering Paul person Peter Pharisees which believed plain possibly preached present principle promise question received referred righteousness salvation saved scripture seed shut simply Sinai sins soul Spirit tables tell thee things Thou shalt thought transgressions true truth unto verse whole written