Definition of Galatia in English:


Syllabification: Ga·la·tia
Pronunciation: /ɡəˈlāSH(ē)ə
An ancient region in central Asia Minor, settled by invading Gauls (the Galatians) in the 3rd century bc. It later became a province of the Roman Empire.



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  • Paul exhorts the Galatians to live not as children of Hagar, a slave, but as children of Sarah, one who is free.
  • As the apostle Paul described in his epistles to the Corinthian and Galatian churches, many people are far too willing to lead, or be led off, into apostasy after they have known and understood the Word of God.
  • I wrote this section months ago; and I now wonder whether my understanding of Paul's argument in Romans and Galatians is consistent with the ‘new perspective’ on Paul.

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