Galatians A Mentor Commentary
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While Dr. McWilliams’ exposition of Galatians keeps in mind the various mischaracterizations of Paul’s epistle that have become dominant, his purpose is not primarily polemical. The author sees Paul’s paramount concern to be acceptance with God through the work of Christ. McWilliams affirms: “everywhere in every way Paul’s concern is with the gospel; he is concerned with the personal salvation of sinners.” Written principally, though not exclusively as an aid to preachers, Galatians is an exposition that is scholarly yet readable, combining the rare qualities of depth and brevity. Galatians is sent out to the reading public with the prayer that it might be used of God to extend the gospel of Jesus Christ and the truth of justifying righteousness through the proclamation of free grace to sinners who need the message of salvation through Christ alone!
Mentor commentaries combine a high view of scripture with access to the latest academic theological research. This unique combination allows the reader to see what recent scholarly research has discovered without losing sight of the inerrancy of scripture.
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McWilliams, David, (Author)
Mentor (2009), Edition: Revised edition, 240 pages