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“Galatians Commentary” by Andrew Das.
The apostle Paul wrote a passionate letter to the Galatians, offering a rare glimpse into the early history of the emerging Christian movement. At the center of debate is whether Gentile Christians should be compelled to obey the Law of Moses, or if justification is purely by grace. A. Andrew Das delivers an informed and well-researched interpretation of that letter and its implications, and critiques the analyses of others in the latest Concordia Commentary volume, Galatians. Rev. Dr. Christopher Mitchell, Concordia Commentary Editor, says: “Galatians stands at the center of the storm in modern Pauline scholarship—a hotbed of theological controversy over justification, whether it is by faith in Christ or by the faithfulness of Christ, . . . Read All
Concordia Publishing House is pleased to announce the release of its twenty-sixth volume in the Concordia Commentary series: Galatians, by Dr. A. Andrew Das. In modern Pauline scholarship, the ultimate insult is to label an approach “Lutheran.” Most scholars presume that when it comes to the interpretation of Galatians, Luther got it wrong. Although confessional Lutheran theology is grounded largely in Paul’s letters to the Galatians and to the Romans, the raging scholarly critiques of it over the last few decades have gone unanswered from within conservative Lutheran ranks. If Martin Luther considered Paul’s Letter to the Galatians the biblical equivalent of his Katie von Bora, then the time is ripe for a Lutheran commentary on Galatians that takes . . . Read All