The Letter to the Galatians is a letter of independence in a denominational world. In this teaching we will research this important letter in its cultural, geographical, historical, and religious context in order to establish its true context. We will examine the importance of Honor & Shame, Patron-client relationship, Imperial cult, Roman law, Roman Caste system, and much more. The only way we can truly grasp the context of this letter to the people of Galatia is to realize how badly this letter is being taken out of context. I pray that this research will open your eyes to the importance of studying the bible not from a theological perspective alone but also in its historical, contextual, cultural, and geographical setting.
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