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Paul’s letter to the GALATIANS: Paul’s Defense of the Gospel

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Paul’s letter to the GALATIANS: Paul’s Defense of the Gospel

The Galatians were on Paul’s first missionary journey and Paul’s letter to the Galatians conveys both the love and frustration of a parent with recalcitrant children. Having wandered from their original clarity and commitment to the Gospel message, Paul points them to the ‘true north’ of Jesus’ teachings, unencumbered by Jewish law. This talk tells the story of the ancient Gaul’s, the Galatians’ ancestors, shedding insight on why these rough fighters would have given the apostle challenges.   In Paul’s letter to the Galatians, learn how he tames their fighting spirit to convert them instead into soldiers for Christ. Arguing for a return to the pure message he originally gave the Galatians, Paul draws on his extensive communicator’s toolkit to argue, persuade and implore them to return to the Gospel’s basic story, as he preached. We’ll see Paul in the full use of his persuasive powers: sharing his conversion story, bringing forward an illustration from the Old Testament to prove a point, and even employ sarcasm if he can’t get their attention any other way. That’s why Paul’s letter to the Galatians is a tremendous example, besides its spiritual content, to see a master at work with his flock, tapping, pulling, persuading them into line to keep the proverbial wolves at bay. In the process, he is helping them develop a spiritual skill so needed today: the ability to be alert to other influences and how to defend your thinking in order to stay the course. Enjoy this audio lecture in CD format or MP3 instant digital download. Runtime: 55 minutes

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55 minutes

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