Galatians: The Gospel of Free Grace, a 13-Lesson Study (Reformed Expository Bible Studies)
Ryken, Philip G; Nielson, Jon
We’re all tempted to think there must be something we can do to make ourselves good enough for God—or at least to put ourselves more in his favor. But Paul wrote his letter to the Galatians to liberate us from any form of performance-based religion, no matter how alluring.
This Reformed Expository Bible Study is designed for personal and group use. Each lesson connects to the rest of the Bible and holds to the same standards as the Reformed Expository Commentary series: a high view of Scripture; a Christ-centered focus; a Reformed theological basis; and an emphasis on personal application and prayer.
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Senior Pastor, Citylife Presbyterian Church
Jon Nielson is senior pastor of Spring Valley Presbyterian Church in Roselle, Illinois, and the author of Bible Study: A Student’s Guide. He has served in pastoral positions at Holy Trinity Church, Chicago and College Church, Wheaton, Illinois, and as director of training for the Charles Simeon Trust.
Philip Graham Ryken is President of Wheaton College. Formerly, he served as Senior Minister of Philadelphia's historic Tenth Presbyterian Church. Philip attended Wheaton for his undergrad and has earned a master of divinity degree from Westminster Theological Seminary and a doctorate in historical theology from the University of Oxford. He has written or edited more than 40 books.