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Galatians (Galates)

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This letter from Paul is a cry from the heart from a man of God who understands more than any other what the freedom of grace is. This letter is a glittering sword, wielded by a fiery heart!

John MacArthur leads the reader on an annotated study of the Epistle to the Galatians as the apostle Paul wrote it. MacArthur discusses how Paul explains with all his apostolic authority how to live in practice according to the freedom of the Christian.

Table of contents

1. Greeting (1.1-5)
2. Destroyed (1.6-9)
3. Proofs of apostolate (1.10-24)
4. Apostolic Confirmation (2.1-10)
5. Justification by Faith Alone (2.11-21)
6. Fascinated: A Defense of Justification by Faith Based on Experience (3.1-5)
7. Blessed or cursed? A Defense of Justification by Faith Based on Scripture (3.6-14)
8. Given God's promise, what is the purpose of the law? (3.15-22)
9. Under the law or in Christ? (3.23-29)
10. Son of God (4.1-11)
11. Until Christ is formed in you (4.12-20)
12. Two covenants (4.21 - 5.1)
13. Fallen from Grace (5.2-12)
14. Called to Freedom (5.13-15)
15. Walk in the Spirit - Part 1: Order and Combat (5: 16-18)
16. Walking in the Spirit - Part 2: Contrast and Conquest (5: 19-25)
17. The Righting of a Faulty Brother (5.26 - 6.6)
18. Sowing and reaping (6.7-10)
19. Boasting in the Flesh (6.11-13)
20. Glory with the cross (6.14-18)
Index of Greek words
Index of Hebrew words
Index of biblical references
Index of subjects


Author : John MacArthur
Original title : The MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Galatians
Publisher : Impact
ISBN : 978-2-89082-019-7
Publication : 1998
Pages : 342
Dimensions : 5.4 "x 8.3"
Format : paperback
Weight : 412 g

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Une exposition fidèle aux Écritures

Dans cet excellent ouvrage John MacArthur expose d’une excellente manière l’épitre de Paul aux Galates. Il fait ressortir les précieuses vérités du texte. Il arrive à critiquer de manière biblique autant l’antinomisme que le légalisme pour nous centrer à la place sur Christ, la seule source de notre salut. Cette lecture fait grandir notre amour pour Christ et nous fait réaliser la beauté de qui il est et la beauté du salut par la foi seule.