Led by Pastor Mark
January 9 – February 27
Galatians, often called the Magna Charta of Christian liberty, addresses the question of how we are right with God. In Paul’s day some Judaizing teachers were claiming that to be right with God, a Christian needs to keep the Mosaic law – that is, must do the right things. Paul insists that a person becomes right with God only by faith in Jesus the Christ and not by the performance of good works, ritual observances, and the like. For Paul, then, doing things right comes from being right with God. So, what is it? Come, bring your Bible, and join the discussion.