MBS126 The Book of Galatians

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MBS126 The book of Galatians
By Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

The Book of Galatians contains some important truths for the Church at large, but it has a number of things, which are peculiar in relationship to Jews and Messianic evangelism and discipleship. It is a good book to study, especially from a Jewish frame of reference.

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MBS126 THE BOOK OF GALATIANS
By Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION

I. THE GREETING—GALATIANS 1:1–5
A. Apostolic Authority
B. Salvation
C. Sanctification

II. THE PROBLEM—GALATIANS 1:6–10
A. The Perversion of the Gospel—Galatians 1:6–7

B. The Rebuke of False Teachers—Galatians 1:8–9
C. The Position of Paul—Galatians 1:10

III. THE MAJOR ARGUMENTS—GALATIANS 1:11–6:10

A. The Biographical Argument: An Independent Revelation—Galatians 1:11–2:21

1. Independent of Human Teaching—Galatians 1:11–17
2. Independent of the Judean Churches—Galatians 1:18–24
3. Independent of the Judaizers—Galatians 2:1–10
4. Independent of Apostolic Pressure—Galatians 2:11–18
a. The Hypocrisy of Peter
b. The Rebuke of Paul
c. The Defense of Paul’s Rebuke
(1) The Position of the Jewish Believer
(2) The Danger to Christology
5. Independent of Selfish Interest—Galatians 2:19–21

B. The Theological Argument: The Failure of Legalism—Galatians 3:1–4:31

1. From Personal Experience—Galatians 3:1–5
2. From Old Testament Teaching: Galatians 3:6–14
a. Abraham’s Justification by Faith
b. The Blessing of Justification
c. The Relationship of the Work of the Messiah to the Law
3. Because of the Priority of Promise—Galatians 3:15–22
4. By the Superiority of Mature Faith—Galatians 3:23–4:7
5. From the Danger of Reaction—Galatians 4:8–11
6. From the Contrast of Motives—Galatians 4:12–20
a. The Motivation of Paul
b. The Motivation of the Judaizers
c. Paul’s Anguish
7. From the Contrast of Bondage and Liberty—Galatians 4:21–31

C. The Practical Argument: The Effects of Liberty—Galatians 5:1–6:10

1. The Introduction of the Argument—Galatians 5:1
2. The Consequences of Liberty—Galatians 5:2–12
3. A Definition of Freedom—Galatians 5:13–15
4. Individual Practice—Galatians 5:16–24
5. Social Practice—Galatians 5:25–6:10

IV. THE CONCLUSION—GALATIANS 6:11–18

A. The Motive for Liberty—Galatians 6:11–16
B. The Price of Liberty—Galatians 6:17
C. The Benediction of Liberty—Galatians 6:18

Paul, an apostle (not from men, neither through man, but through Jesus Christ, and God the Father, who raised him from the dead), and all the brethren that are with me, unto the churches of Galatia.

Galatians 1:1–2