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galatians - 1 STUDY GUIDE Galatians Read the Introduction...

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STUDY GUIDE Galatians Read the Introduction to Galatians (NT 309-310), then read Galatians . Galatians is organized according to the following outline: Salutation 1:1-5 Thanksgiving MISSING Body 1:6 – 5:15 Parenesis 5:16 – 6:10 Closing 6:11 - 18 In this letter Paul gives a good deal of information about himself: He knew and cared (more/less) about Jewish traditions than many of his same age. He ____________________the church and tried to _________________it. According to Paul, what did God do? Why did God do it? Where did Paul go first and for how long? After _______years, Paul went to the city of ________________and visited with Cephas and James. See the annotation for the following: ______________Cephas’ other name. __________________________which of the many people named James in the New Testament did Paul visit? Then where did Paul go, “proclaiming the faith that he once tried to destroy”? After _____years, Paul went to the city of _________________with _________________and ____________. _______________According to 2:6, what did the leaders of the church “contribute” or add to Paul’s preaching of the gospel? The leaders (approved/disapproved) of his preaching. 1
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The leaders (agreed/disagreed) that he should continue preaching the gospel to the uncircumcised Gentiles. The leaders asked that Paul do one thing in addition to preaching. What was it?
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course REL 1310 taught by Professor Holleyman during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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