Summary Galatians 3:21-29

Basically, the comment to chapters 22-29 sums up the whole section.  A separate summation would be borderline redundant.

But, since I’ve got the floor, I’d just like to mention again that. Paul understood the distinction between Abraham and Moses, between the Promise of Faith and the Works of the Law. And, when he did this, that this understanding was his conversion moment.

And I would like to point out that this is, I believe, my humble contribution to the understanding of Paul and his role in the development of what came to be Christianity.


About James, brother of Jesus

I have a BA from the University of Toronto in Greek and Roman History. For this, I had to learn classical Greek and Latin. In seminar-style classes, we discussed both the meaning of the text and the language. U of T has a great Classics Dept. One of the professors I took a Senior Seminar with is now at Harvard. I started reading the New Testament as a way to brush up on my Greek, and the process grew into this. I plan to comment on as much of the NT as possible, starting with some of Paul's letters. After that, I'll start in on the Gospels, starting with Mark.

Posted on October 14, 2012, in epistles, Galatians, Paul's Letters, Summary and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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