NT341 Book Study: Paul’s Letter to the Galatians

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Dr. Douglas Moo, known for his commentaries on Romans and Galatians, lays out his research on this much-debated text. He explores the theme of justification by faith and explains its importance to the Protestant Reformation and the Protestant church today. He discusses the new perspective on Paul and how it relates to Galatians. You’ll also learn important contextual information about who the Galatians were, why Paul wrote to them, and how they might have understood Paul’s letter. Dr. Moo guides you through the text, explaining the major themes and theological elements toward the goal of understanding how Paul’s letter to the Galatians applies to our lives and to the church.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

3m

Introduction and Background

Who Were the Galatians? Part 1

Who Were the Galatians? Part 1

7m
Searching for Place Information

Searching for Place Information

4m
Who Were the Galatians? Part 2

Who Were the Galatians? Part 2

9m
Why Did Paul Write the Letter?

Why Did Paul Write the Letter?

6m
The Argument of the Letter

The Argument of the Letter

4m
The Tone of the Letter

The Tone of the Letter

5m
Opening Multiple Passages in Separate Tabs

Opening Multiple Passages in Separate Tabs

5m

The Autobiographical Argument

An Overview of the Argument

An Overview of the Argument

4m
The Road to Damascus

The Road to Damascus

5m
Paul’s Early Years as a Christian

Paul’s Early Years as a Christian

6m
Paul’s Jerusalem Consultation

Paul’s Jerusalem Consultation

6m
Conflict in Antioch

Conflict in Antioch

7m
Finding a Book in the Pseudepigrapha

Finding a Book in the Pseudepigrapha

4m
Justification by Faith

Justification by Faith

4m
Works of the Law

Works of the Law

9m
Using the NEAR Search Operator

Using the NEAR Search Operator

5m
“The Faith of Jesus Christ”

“The Faith of Jesus Christ”

10m
Examining a Grammatical Construction Using the Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament

Examining a Grammatical Construction Using the Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament

6m
The New Perspective and Galatians

The New Perspective and Galatians

5m
“Righteousness” Language

“Righteousness” Language

8m

The Theological Argument

The Central Argument

The Central Argument

3m
The Initial Appeal

The Initial Appeal

7m
The Heart of Paul’s Argument

The Heart of Paul’s Argument

6m
Abraham and Faith

Abraham and Faith

5m
The Law and the Curse

The Law and the Curse

8m
Habakkuk 2:4 in the New Testament

Habakkuk 2:4 in the New Testament

7m
The Law and Salvation History

The Law and Salvation History

5m
The Law and Transgressions

The Law and Transgressions

7m
Studying Greek Synonyms with the Bible Sense and Louw-Nida Lexicons

Studying Greek Synonyms with the Bible Sense and Louw-Nida Lexicons

7m
The Law and a Mediator

The Law and a Mediator

5m
The Law as Paidagōgos

The Law as Paidagōgos

5m
Union with Christ

Union with Christ

6m
The Stoichea of the World

The Stoichea of the World

7m
Christ Formed in You

Christ Formed in You

6m
The Story of Hagar and Sarah

The Story of Hagar and Sarah

8m
Looking Up Greek Words in a Greek-English Lexicon

Looking Up Greek Words in a Greek-English Lexicon

5m
The Old and New Realms

The Old and New Realms

4m
Justification

Justification

6m
Final Justification and Works

Final Justification and Works

8m
A “Janus” Text

A “Janus” Text

3m

The Ethical Argument

Living to Please God

Living to Please God

4m
Freedom, Love, and the Law

Freedom, Love, and the Law

4m
The Spirit and the Flesh

The Spirit and the Flesh

4m
The Law of Christ

The Law of Christ

7m
An Eschatological Warning

An Eschatological Warning

5m

The Ending of the Epistle

A Fitting Ending

A Fitting Ending

4m
The New Creation

The New Creation

7m
The Israel of God

The Israel of God

6m