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Galatians 1:11 - 2:21

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GalatiansSteve Gregg

In this Biblical text, Steve Gregg examines Galatians 1:11 - 2:21 to explore the charge that the Apostle Paul modified his behavior and message to please different audiences. Gregg argues that while there may have been some flexibility in behavior, Paul's teaching of the gospel remained consistent and could not be modified to please various audiences. Additionally, Gregg discusses the importance of direct revelation from God and how it impacted Paul's preaching. He also delves into a controversy surrounding whether or not Christian Jews could eat with uncircumcised Gentile Christians, ultimately emphasizing the need to live by faith rather than by law.

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