• An Overview Media Resource by

    Galatians 1-6

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  • Sons & Heirs Media Resource by

    Galatians 3:25-4:7

    Throughout the letter to the Galatians, the Apostle Paul has been defending the gospel and the doctrine of justification by faith alone. Having defended justification by faith alone from the example of Abraham, Paul now turns his attention to the blessing of adoption. In this lecture, Dr. Thomas focuses on the teaching of Galatians 3:23–4:7 and on the difference between the experience of the people of God in the old and new covenants. View Resource

  • Vespers Media Resource by

    Galatians 4:1-7

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  • Chapter 4:1-5:12 Media Resource by

    Galatians 4:1-5:12

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  • No Hope without It: The Life of Christ Media Resource by

    Galatians 4:4-5

    God requires us to be holy as He is holy. As sinners, we deserve to be eternally punished for breaking God’s law. To satisfy our guilt before God, we need a substitute not only to die for our sins but also to fulfill the righteous requirements of the law on our behalf. We need a mediator to succeed where Adam failed in keeping God’s commands. In this session, Dr. Steven Lawson details the significance of the active obedience of Christ in His role as the second Adam and explain why there is “no hope without it.” View Resource

  • Christianity & Islam Media Resource by

    Galatians 4:6-7

    We can’t approach the study of Islam as completely detached observers. As Christians, we have a distinctly Christian perspective, and we can’t help but evaluate Islam from that perspective. In this lecture, Dr. Anderson analyzes the areas of agreement and disagreement between Islam and Christianity. View Resource

  • The Cost of Legalism Media Resource by

    Galatians 4:8-20

    The gospel brings believers into a state of blessedness and produces joy in their lives. When joy is lacking in our lives, it is an indication that we have embraced a legalistic view of the Christian life. In this lesson, Dr. Thomas considers the Apostle Paul’s analysis of the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of the legalism into which the members of the churches in Galatia had fallen. View Resource

  • Part 7 Media Resource by

    Galatians 4:11-5:1

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  • Set Free in Christ Media Resource by

    Galatians 4:21-5:1

    The letter to Galatians is the Apostle Paul’s great defense of the gospel and—by implication—of the freedom that believers have in Christ. Having introduced the subject of the believer’s adoption into the family of God through faith in Christ, Paul gives an allegory of Abraham’s two wives and two sons. In this lesson, Dr. Thomas unfolds the mystery of the gospel allegory of Hagar and Sarah. View Resource

  • Infant Baptism, Part 3 Media Resource by

    Galatians 4:28

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