|About the Book|
Studies in Galatians is not, nor does it claim to be, a verse-by-verse exegetical commentary even though it does comment on nearly every verse in Galatians. It is not aimed at professional theologians but at the man in the pew. This in no way meansMoreStudies in Galatians is not, nor does it claim to be, a verse-by-verse exegetical commentary even though it does comment on nearly every verse in Galatians. It is not aimed at professional theologians but at the man in the pew. This in no way means that technical books written by theologians are not just as vital as books like Studies in Galatians. It does mean that books such as this are also vital. This book attempts to bring the message of Galatians into the twenty-first century and show how Pauls message to the Galatians is a great help in dealing with some of the identical questions and problems that Paul faced in the first century. John Reisinger is an evangelist, theologian, and conference speaker. He is well-known for a unique ability to make profound and deep truths simple and understandable. He likes to say, God has called us to feed sheep, not giraffes. One has remarked, John puts the cookies on the lower shelf where all can reach them. Unfortunately, this has a down side. No one will read Studies in Galatians and say, I do not know what he meant. The reader will clearly understand what the author means and will either love it or strongly disagree. The one concept that readers will truly grasp is that walking in the Spirit and not being under the law, but under grace is the same thing. One will learn that biblical, victorious living begins with the biblical theology of free from the law. Studies in Galatians is unashamedly rooted in a commitment to the Doctrines of Grace and New Covenant Theology.