The Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ is the “good news” (gospel) message about Jesus and what we need to do in response. But Paul detects a false message at work—and it’s against the true Gospel of Christ that he, Paul, preached in Galatia. Factions! Fake news! How can Jesus’ Movement succeed when it is divided?
Paul’s letter to the Galatians is one of the earliest writings of our New Testament. It was written a decade before the first gospel (which was Mark, not Matthew).
- How does Paul interpret the significance of Jesus’ life and death on the cross?
- Who are his opponents—the fake-newsers?
- What do we learn that is helpful for our lives in Christ?
“Come and see!” (John 1:46) Join us for two sessions on Paul’s “Letter to the Galatians.” The Spirit will be with us, guiding us in love and mutual respect. If possible, bring a Bible—paper or electronic! —The Rev. Dr. Harvey Bale, Cathedral Deacon
To register: [email protected]
Date/time: Sundays, July 15 & 22, 11:30 am to 1 pm
Facilitator: The Rev. Dr. Harvey Bale, Cathedral Deacon
- Free; Please register
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