This 12 part series of talks comprises both a detailed verse by verse commentary on Paul’s letter to the Galatians It also addresses the whole question of whether Christians today need to follow the Law of Moses.
In the later talks in the series, Sean Kehoe addresses other scriptures which address this issue. He discusses verses which support the idea that the Law of Moses has ended. He also examines those verses that appear to contradict this. Sean concludes that in fact there is no inconsistency between what Jesus said about the Law of Moses and what apostle Paul taught.
There is also a helpful overview talk which considers the whole subject in one hour.
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The first talk is an introduction to the whole subject of the Letter to the Galatians, and the controversy about whether Christians need to observe the Law of Moses.
The next six talks are a commentary on Galatians, one chapter per talk.
Talks 8 -12 examine other scriptures beyond Galatians. Talk 8 considers the words of Jesus in Matthew 5:17-20. These verses, on the face of it, seem to contradict Paul’s message, and yet we see that there is actually no contradiction. The remainder of the talks (9-12) examine many other scriptures which support Paul.
Brief one hour overview of the Letter to the Galatians and the Law of Moses