The Letter to the Galatians

24m | Mar 23, 2022

The Letter to the Galatians is one of the texts that make up the New Testament.

The letter, written by Paul of Tarsus between 54 and 57, was composed to counter a preaching made by some Jewish Christians after the apostle had left the community: these missionaries had convinced some Galatians that Paul's teaching was incomplete and that salvation required the observance of the Law of Moses, in particular circumcision. Paul condemned this orientation, proclaiming the freedom of believers and salvation by faith.

(From Italian Wikipedia)

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