Galatians - Paraphrased
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This is a layman’s paraphrase of the letter the Apostle Paul wrote, 2,000 years ago, to the churches of Galatia, which was in modern Turkey.
Paul makes the case that a right relationship with God is a gift, and cannot be earned by keeping the Ten Commandments.
It’s a challenge for our “I’ll do it my self” world and it stimulates thought and reaction two centuries after it was written. More
Galatians - Paraphrased is a layman’s effort to make this New Testament book easy for the 21st century reader to understand.
Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles, wrote this letter 2,000 years ago to explain how their perfect relation to God is God’s gift and there is nothing they could do to earn it, it’s a gift. It’s a gift offered and he explains how it must be accepted.
He challenged Christians in his day with this question, “If trying to obey the Jewish Laws never gave you eternal life in the first place, why do you think trying to keep them now will make you stronger Christians?” It is still a valid question.