Paul's epistle to the Galatians can be summarized by one simple question: What is the gospel? What is the real gospel, as opposed to false gospels, or (to use Paul's own terminology) perverted gospels? One recent commentator has written, "Historically, Galatians has been foundation for many forms of Christian doctrine, proclamation, and practice. And it remains true today to say that how one understands the issues and teaching of Galatians determines in large measure what kind of theology is espoused, what kind of message is proclaimed, and what kind of lifestyle is practiced."
This commentary by Edgar Andrews on the book of Galatians is a clear, concise, and practical exposition of the Apostle Paul's great letter. Dr. Andrews addresses the massive issues of the book of Galatians with a clarity and relevance that will be appreciated by all those who have an interest in promoting the true Gospel of Christ. This timely book will enable readers to define the gospel clearly and biblically and to recognize the dangerous errors and trends developing in the evangelical church today.
Praise for the Print Edition
This is must reading for those whose chief concern is to preach Christ and him crucified. I highly recommend this book to pastors and lay people alike.
—Robert L. Dickie, pastor in Michigan
- Title: Free in Christ: The Message of Galatians
- Author: Edgar Andrews
- Publisher: Evangelical Press
- Series: Welwyn Commentary Series
- Publication Date: 1996
- Pages: 320
About the Author
Edgar Andrews is emeritus professor at the University of London and co-pastor of the Campus Church, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England. He is also joint editor of the Evangelical Times. He has written Christ and the Cosmos, From Nothing to Nature, The Spirit Has Come, and other books.