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Author Osborne, Grant R.

Title Galatians Verse by Verse
Published [Place of publication not identified] : Lexham Press, 2017
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Contents Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Series Preface -- Introduction to Galatians -- Author -- Recipients and Date -- The North Galatian Hypothesis -- The South Galatian Hypothesis -- Occasion and Opponents -- Outline -- The Theology of the Letter -- The Triune Godhead -- The Gospel -- (1) The Truth of the Gospel -- (2) Salvation History -- (3) Justification by Faith Alone -- (4) Freedom and the Christian Walk -- The Centrality of the Cross (1:1-10) -- Paul Greets the Galatian Churches (1:1-5) -- The Author and Recipients of the Letter (1:1-2) -- The Salutation and Power of the Cross (1:3-5) -- Paul Is Writing to Expose the Danger to the Galatians (1:6-10) -- The Danger: Turning to a False Gospel (1:6-7) -- The Invocation of the Divine Curse (1:8-9) -- Paul's Model: Not Trying to Please People (1:10) -- The Divine Source of Paul's Gospel (1:11-24) -- Paul's Gospel Originated in a Revelation from Christ (1:11-12) -- Not of Human Origin (1:11-12A) -- The True Source: Revelation from Jesus Christ (1:12B) -- Paul Recounts His Conversion and Early Failure to Consult Others (1:13-17) -- His past Animosity (1:13-14) -- Persecution of the Church (1:13) -- Zeal for Judaism (1:14) -- His Apostolic Call (1:15-16A) -- His Decision Not to Consult Others (1:16B-17) -- On His First Jerusalem Visit, Paul Did Not Seek the Approval of the Apostles or the Church (1:18-24) -- Time in Jerusalem: Met Only Cephas and James (1:18-20) -- Very Short Time with the Two Apostles (1:18-19) -- Oath regarding the Truth of Paul's Claims (1:20) -- Time in Judea and Syria: Unknown to These People (1:21-24) -- Not Recognized in Either Region (1:21-22) -- Known Only by Report (1:23-24) -- The Pillars Accept Paul as an Apostle (2:1-10) -- Paul Travels with Barnabas to Jerusalem (2:1-5) -- The Purpose: Presentation of the Gospel He Preaches to the Gentiles (2:1-2)
Circumcision Not Required (2:3-5) -- Paul Receives Approval from the Pillars (2:6-10) -- Nothing Added to Paul's Gospel (2:6) -- The Validity of Paul's Gentile and Peter's Jewish Ministries (2:7-8) -- The Right Hand of Fellowship from the Pillars (2:9) -- Request to Remember the Poor (2:10) -- Conflict with Peter and the Essence of the Gospel (2:11-21) -- Paul Rebukes Peter and Defends the Gospel against Peter's Actions (2:11-14) -- The Rebuke at Antioch (2:11) -- The Situation: Withdrawal from the Gentiles (2:12A) -- The Reason: Pressure from the Circumcision Group (2:12B-13) -- Rebuke and Correction by Paul (2:14) -- Paul Sets Forth the True Essence of the Gospel (2:15-21) -- Definition: Justification by Faith and Not by the Works of the Law (2:15-16) -- The Problem of Sin: From the Law, Not from Christ (2:17-18) -- The Solution: Died to the Law, Crucified with Christ (2:19-20) -- Grace through Christ, Not the Law (2:21) -- Defense of Faith over the Works of the Law (3:1-18) -- Paul Defends the Gospel by Experience: The Reception of the Spirit (3:1-5) -- They Must Have Been Bewitched (3:1) -- They Received the Spirit by Faith (3:2) -- The Spirit Is Antithetical to the Flesh (3:3) -- The Question of an Empty Religious Experience (3:4) -- The Spirit and Miracles Come by Faith, Not Works (3:5) -- Paul Defends the Gospel Using Scripture: Abraham and Faith (3:6-14) -- Thesis: Faith Credited as Righteousness (3:6) -- The Children of Abraham Come by Faith (3:7-9) -- Faith the Requirement (3:7) -- The Gospel Announced to Abraham and the Nations (3:8) -- The Means: With Abraham the Gentiles Rely on Faith (3:9) -- The Removal of the Curse (3:10-14) -- The Curse on Those Who Rely on the Law (3:10) -- The Righteous Must Live by Faith (3:11-12) -- Christ Redeemed Us by Becoming the Curse (3:13) -- Abraham's Blessing Comes to the Gentiles (3:14)
Paul Proclaims the Subsidiary Nature of the Mosaic Law (3:15-18) -- The Permanent Nature of a Human Covenant (3:15) -- The Promise Given to Christ as the Seed of Abraham (3:16) -- The Priority of the Abrahamic Covenant (3:17) -- The Inheritance Given via an Eternal Promise (3:18) -- The Law's Temporary Purpose (3:19-29) -- Paul States the Law's Purpose as a Temporary Instrument (3:19-25) -- The Purpose behind Its Interim Status (3:19-21) -- Two Analogies behind the Law's Purpose (3:22-25) -- The Law as a Prison (3:22-23) -- The Law as a Guardian (3:24-25) -- Paul Identifies Believers as the Children of God (3:26-29) -- Faith as the Basis of Sonship (3:26) -- The Results of Sonship (3:27-29) -- Clothed with Christ (3:27) -- Oneness in Christ (3:28) -- Heirs of Abraham (3:29) -- Spiritual Liberation from Slavery (4:1-11) -- There Is a Salvation-Historical Switch from Slavery to Sonship (4:1-7) -- The Analogy of Slavery (4:1-3) -- The Submission of an Heir, While a Child, to Custodians (4:1-2) -- Application to the Enslavement of Jews and Gentiles (4:3) -- The Solution for This Slavery (4:4-7) -- In the Sending of the Son (4:4-5) -- In the Sending of the Spirit (4:6-7) -- Paul Points out the Folly of Returning to the Law (4:8-11) -- The past: Enslaved to False Gods (4:8) -- The Present: Known by God (4:9-10) -- Known by God, Yet Tempted to Turn Back (4:9) -- The Error: Observing the Jewish Calendar (4:10) -- The Danger: Emptying Paul's Ministry of Value (4:11) -- Paul's Relationship with the Galatians (4:12-20) -- Paul Reminds the Galatians of Their Relationship (4:12-16) -- Thesis: Imitate Paul (4:12A-B) -- Their Treatment of Paul (4:12C-16) -- The past: Warm Welcome When He Was Ill (4:12c-14) -- The Present: Displeasure When Being Told the Truth (4:15-16) -- False Teachers Hide Their Intentions (4:17-18)
The Spirit Opposed to the Desires of the Flesh (5:16-17a) -- The Conflict between Flesh and Spirit (5:17b-18) -- The Deeds of the Flesh (5:19-21) -- The Deeds Enumerated (5:19-21a) -- Warning: No Inheritance (5:21b) -- The Fruit of the Spirit (5:22-24) -- The Fruit Enumerated (5:22-23) -- The Crucifixion of the Flesh (5:24) -- Living Life by the Spirit (5:25-6:10) -- Paul Tells How to Keep in Step with the Spirit (5:25-6:5) -- The Basis: Absence of Conceit (5:25-26) -- The Corporate Side: Strengthening the Saints (6:1-3) -- The Restoration of Sinners (6:1) -- Bearing One Another's Burdens (6:2) -- Absence of Pride (6:3) -- The Individual Side: Testing One's Own Actions (6:4-5) -- Doing Good Constitutes Keeping in Step with the Spirit (6:6-10) -- Financial Support for Christian Leaders (6:6) -- Final Judgment: Reaping What We Sow (6:7-8) -- Life in the Spirit: Doing Good (6:9-10) -- Concluding Thoughts (6:11-18) -- Paul's Signature Shows the Importance of the Conclusion (6:11) -- Paul Makes His Closing Exhortations (6:12-15) -- The Danger of the Circumcision Group (6:12-13) -- Their Erroneous Motivation (6:12) -- Their Sinful Purpose (6:13) -- The True Basis for Pride (6:14-15) -- The Centrality of the Cross and the Crucified Life (6:14) -- The Centrality of the New Creation (6:15) -- Paul Makes a Prayer-Wish for the New Israel (6:16) -- Paul Provides Proof of His Ministry: The Marks of Jesus (6:17) -- Paul Closes the Letter with a Benediction (6:18) -- Glossary -- Amanuensis -- Apocalyptic -- Chiasm -- Christological -- Eschatological, Eschatology -- Hellenism, Hellenistic -- Judaizers -- Proleptic -- Septuagint -- Shekinah -- Shema -- Soteriological -- Bibliography -- Subject and Author Index -- Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Literature -- Old Testament -- New Testament -- Other Ancient Literature
Their Plan to Alienate the Galatians from Paul (4:17) -- The Need for Proper Zeal (4:18) -- Paul Is Anguished and Perplexed about the Galatians (4:19-20) -- His Anguish over Them (4:19) -- His Perplexity with Them (4:20) -- Freedom over Slavery: An Allegorical Argument (4:21-31) -- Paul Presents an Allegory from Scripture (4:21-23) -- The Command to Listen to the Law (4:21) -- The Two Sons of Abraham (4:22-23) -- The Two Wives Represent Two Covenants (4:24-27) -- The Old Covenant: Hagar / Jerusalem below Representing Slavery (4:24-25) -- The New Covenant: Sarah/Jerusalem above Representing Freedom (4:26-27) -- Paul Applies This to the Current Situation (4:28-31) -- The Children of the Flesh Persecuting the Children of Promise (4:28-29) -- The Inheritance Only for the Free Woman's Son (4:30) -- Plea to Remain Children of the Free Woman (4:31) -- The Law's Threat to Freedom (5:1-12) -- Take a Stand for Freedom (5:1) -- Paul Warns about the Danger of Circumcision (5:2-6) -- The End Results of Circumcision (5:2-4) -- Robs Christ of Any Value (5:2) -- Demands Perfect Obedience (5:3) -- Causes a Fall from Christ and Grace (5:4) -- The Solution: The True Gospel (5:5-6) -- Righteousness through the Spirit (5:5) -- Faith Expressed through Love (5:6) -- Paul Warns about the Danger of the False Teachers (5:7-12) -- Their Insidious Invasion of the Galatian Churches (5:7-9) -- Certain Judgment for Their Sins (5:10) -- Paul's Opposition to Them (5:11) -- Paul's Wish for Them (5:12) -- Freedom in Love and by the Spirit (5:13-24) -- Love Holds a Central Place in the Christian Life (5:13-15) -- The Meaning of Freedom: Love, Not Libertinism (5:13) -- Love as the Fulfillment of the Law (5:14) -- Warning about Conflicts (5:15) -- Life in the Spirit Is Opposed to Life in the Flesh (5:16-24) -- Antithesis between Flesh and Spirit (5:16-18)
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Subject Bible. Galatians -- Commentaries.
Bible. Galatians -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Genre/Form Commentaries.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1683590376 (electronic bk.)
9781683590378 (electronic bk.)