Put Christ at the center of your preaching
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Want more on Galatians? The Lexham Bible Guide: Galatians is your starting point for study and research. It surveys all the relevant literature on a passage and brings the summary back to you. This guide summarizes a broad range of views on a particular passage—views you may or may not agree with, but in all cases, views you will encounter as you critically study the text.
Dr. H. Drake Williams III of Tyndale Theological Seminary says, “This is a great beginning work for deeper studies within Galatians.”
The New American Commentary
In its attempt to make a unique contribution to the Christian community, the New American Commentary focuses on two concerns. First, the commentary emphasizes how each section of a book fits together so that the reader becomes aware of the theological unity of each book and of Scripture as a whole. The writers, however, remain aware of the Bible’s inherently rich variety. Second, the New American Commentary is produced with the conviction that the Bible primarily belongs to the church. Scholarship and the academy provide an indispensable foundation for biblical understanding and the service of Christ, but the editors and authors of this series have attempted to communicate the findings of their research in a manner that will build up the whole body of Christ. Thus, the commentary concentrates on theological exegesis, while providing practical, applicable exposition.
“The New American Commentary belongs on every pastor’s shelf and in every church library.” —Professor David E. Aune, University of Notre Dame