Books of the Bible


The book of Galatians was written by the Apostle Paul (who wrote about half of the New Testament). It is a letter, or epistle, to the church in the city of Galatia.

Galatians (along with Romans) is a book that has helped shape Christian theology, covering, among other things, Christian freedom and faith.

It also offers insight into the church’s struggle to separate itself from the historical grip of Judaism.

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