A common theme in modern Christianity is to get back to the 1st century church model when the church was accused 'of turning the world upside down' (Acts 17:6). Some efforts toward this end have been emphasis on small group gatherings, hearing God's voice, walking with the gifts of the Holy Spirit as well as understanding the New Testament portion in its original context. The latter is in stark contrast to the relativism of our day where it is acceptable to define what God's word means to you versus our duty to study to understand what the Bible is really saying.
So why was this book written? What issues is it addressing? What is the benefit to the reader? - It is a verse by verse study of the book of Galatians - It explores who it was written to and what issues Paul was addressing in writing it. - It exposes some of the lies mainstream Christianity is so fond of and protects so diligently.
This simple read is offered to bring more understanding and truth to present day believers on the book of Galatians.
Moshe Schwab has been a Bible teacher for almost 50 years and has written over a hundred articles and teachings on understanding the Bible, applying the scriptures, and prayer. He has extensively studied the Bible from the Greek as well as with a Hebraic understanding. He has had the opportunity to teach classes and seminars in the United States, Germany, and Brazil and has dedicated his life to help people understand and apply the scriptures to their daily lives.