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Saturday, October 15, 2005

Galatians

My short devotional commentary on the book of Galatians is now complete! As always if there is anything there that is of use to anyone, feel free to use it. Also, constructive criticism is welcome. Go check it out, NOW!!!

9 comments:

Joe said...

Thank you for your posts on galations.

Next to II Cor and Eph, Gal is my favorite book.

Come t think of it...it is the only book next to both II Cor and Eph.

Steve Weaver said...

Congratulations on a job well done!

Jeremy Weaver said...

Thanks for your encouragement, Joe and Steve.
Joe-Without your iced tea I would have never finished.
Steve-Your burly countenance intimidated me to perfection.
Thanks to the both of you.

Bhedr said...

Constructive criticism but not destructive witicism! Amen?

Jonathan Moorhead said...

Jeremy, now that you are finished with the series, what do you think are the best commentaries on the book?

Jeremy Weaver said...

Jonathan,
The three most helpful commentaries were;
John MacArthur,
Martin Luther, and
Timothy George.
No surprises in that list, huh?
Here's a surprise for you. I found some helpful stuff in William Ramsay's 'Historical Commentary on Galatians'. This was a good resource for background studies by an archaeologist who had himself worked in Asia Minor. His theories on a Northern Galatia are interesting for various reasons.
Of course this isn't discussed in my commentary for two reasons.
1. It is a devotional commentary, and
2. I don't know for sure, but wrote with Northern Galatia as my preference.

Dad and Mom said...

Keep up the good work.

J. Wendell said...
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J. Wendell said...

Wow!
Impressive work brother! You and your brother twice (Steve) are very studious. Keep it up. I think this encourages others (myself included) to study to show ourselves approved unto God, workers that do not need to be ashamed.

brother John