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Galatians: Concordia Commentary - What People Are Saying

156062“Andrew Das takes us systematically through each of the questions that scholars debate about this letter, which was born in controversy and which has been a focal point of controversy ever since.  By the abundance of information he offers, clearly organized for our comprehension, he challenges us to join in the task of reconstructing that ancient controversy, and thus in the labor to understand what the text may, even now, mean.”

     —Dr. Wayne A. Meeks,
Woolsey Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies,
Yale University

 

 

Massively researched with careful and clear exposition of the text and key critical issues:  this will be an invaluable resource for all those grappling with Paul’s presentation of his gospel in Galatians.”

—Dr. Christopher Tuckett,
Emeritus Professor of New Testament Studies,
University of Oxford, England

 

Written by

Laura Lane

At CPH since 2003, Laura Lane is an editor for the professional book team. She has worked on numerous titles for the adult consumer and church professional markets, including The Lutheran Study Bible (CPH 2009) and The Apocrypha: The Lutheran Edition with Notes (CPH 2012).

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