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History of the Book of Galatians

This book is called Pros Galatas, "To the Galatians". The name Galatians was given to this Celtic people because they originally lived in Gaul before moving from central Europe to Asia Minor in the third century B.C. and settled in the area known today as the Capitol of Turkey.
The term Galatia was used in an ethnographic sense, meaning cultural/geographic, and a political sense. In 189 B.C. Galatia came under Roman domination and was declared a Roman Province in 25 B.C. by Augustus of Rome.
Paul wrote this epistle from Antioch, about 49 A.D. prior to the Jerusalem Council in 50 A.D.
This book of Galatians is the truth of the gospel and Christian freedom. Paul states the reality of our liberty in Christ. Free from the power of sin. One of the messages which comes from this book is that no sinful person has been granted eternal life based on good works. Anyone who lives by a confidence in works alone is cursed. The reasoning is simple: no one can perfectly obey the law. Galatians 3:10-12. Therefore, this book refutes the Judaizers and calls Believers back to the pure gospel. Salvation is by God's grace through faith in Jesus Christ and nothing else.
The final message to the book is one of caution. There is the ever-present danger of not relying on the power of the Holy Spirit. The Believer starts displaying the corrupt works of the flesh. Truly good works can only be accomplished in the power of the Holy Spirit.
 

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