Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

The Letter to the Galatians

Paul's Letter to the Galatians has been one of the most important documents for revitalizing the Church throughout its history, especially during the Reformation. It is known for its vehement defense of the freedom of Christians in relation to the Law of Moses. Less well known is the letter's stress on the necessity of a transformed life and the warnings about falling away. We will reflect on the letter's themes and contemporary relevance.

April 23: Paul's defense of his apostleship and law-free Gospel as coming from God (1:1-2:14)

April 30: Paul's argument for justification by faith and the preeminence of God's grace (2:15-5:12)

May 7: Paul's warning to those who do not live transformed lives (5:13-6:17)

Instructor:  Robert A.J. Gagnon, Associate Professor of New Testament, PTS

Dates:  Wednesdays, April 23 - May 7, 2014

Time:  7:30 - 9:00 p.m.

Fee:  $50 / To register, click HERE.

CEUs:  0.45

For more information:  Email:  ConEd@pts.edu or Call: 412-924-1345