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Westminster Bible Companion: Galatians
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Westminster Bible Companion: Galatians


Westminster John Knox 2012

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This book in the Westminster Bible Companion series explores one of Paul's most central letters. Frederick W. Weidmann observes the changes and developments in Paul's thought and practice in order to help pastors negotiate the distinction between their calling and self-identity.

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Key Features

  • Provides a thorough introduction to and a critical reading of Galatians
  • Unfolds the various contexts and principles found in Scripture
  • Helps prepare pastors, students, and laity relay the Bible's teaching in a clear way


  • Salutation and Address
  • The Occasion for Writing
  • On the Defensive
  • Living in Hope
  • Paul and the Prehistory of His Mission
  • Paul’s Missionary Activity and First Jerusalem Visit
  • To the Heart of the Matter and to Jerusalem Again
  • The Center Doesn't Hold (for Long)
  • Faith, Law, the Gentile Mission, and Us
  • Right Back at You
  • Descendants and Heirs
  • Remember When. Now.
  • Abraham and Sonship Revisited: The Cases of Hagar and Sarah
  • Circumcision and the Rival Teachers Revisited
  • Freed to Love: A Call to Life in Community
  • Freed for Life in the Spirit

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About Frederick W. Weidmann

Frederick W. Weidmann is Senior Pastor at Hillcrest Congregational Church in Pleasant Hill, California. Prior to that he was Director of the Center for Church Life and Professor of Biblical Studies at Auburn Theological Seminary, New York. He has authored two books and many articles related to early Christianity.