It has been argued that Martin Luther's radical reading of Galatians launched the Reformation and an era of autonomy (self law). We are seeing the end of the arc of the pendulum set in motion centuries ago in our society where even the laws of biology are not considered binding on an individual.
This study seeks to redress that balance by showing that, far from abrogating the Torah, Paul sought to insure that it was not used improperly. He argues that the Torah's purpose is not and never has been salvation - not for the Jew and not for the Gentile. Rather, it is a teaching guide given to God's chosen people after he had saved them. Its purpose is to promote life and blessing to those He loves.
Galatians 2015 - Introduction and Chapter 1Media File
Galatians 2015 - Chapter 2Media File
Galatians 2015 - Chapter 3:1-15Media File
Galatians 2015 - Chapter 3:15ffMedia File
Galatians 2015 - Chapter 4Media File
Galatians 2015 - Chapter 5 - 6Media File