Monthly Archives: June 2013

Four ways to relate to the law: Tim Keller on Galatians

Introducing his comments on 4:21-31 in “Galatians for you”, Tim Keller gives four ways we can relate to law on pages 116-117. “Four Types of People Paul is now directly addressing “you who want to be under the law” (v … Continue reading

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In Christ we’re forgiven our sin AND given Christ’s righteousness. More from “Galatians for You”.

To make this point I’d normally go to 2 Corinthians 5:21, but Tim Keller makes the point from Galatians 4:5 and the idea of sonship. I like the picture of the Congressional Medal of Honor, or perhaps a knighthood in … Continue reading

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Too much cross?

Have you ever been to a church service and thought “Why do they keep mentioning the cross?” If so, I think that’s a good sign for the church. Because I don’t think we can think too much of the cross … Continue reading

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Galatians for You – Tim Keller: The fear of man and the fear of God

I’ve just finished reading the first in a new series of books from the Good Book Company written by Tim Keller: “Galatians for you.” The closest parallel I know is the ‘Focus on the Bible’ commentaries although this doesn’t have … Continue reading

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