Galatians study
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An acclaimed new novel promises to be both enlightening and entertaining for a Galatians study.  A Wretched Man, a novel of Paul the Apostle, will be a fascinating read for persons and groups interested in Paul's letter to the Galatians. Galatians, one of the authentic letters of Paul, includes his radical insights on grace and justification and also contains biographical details about Paul not found elsewhere.  This book will offer helpful context and background to the circumstances that caused Paul to write this letter, all the while making a Galatians study highly enjoyable.

As compelling story telling can do, the novel as a Galatians study will carry the reader to the heartland of Anatolia (modern day Turkey) for Paul's several visits to the highland region.  Shiver with Paul, huddled in a patch of scrub oaks as an early winter storm whistles down on him.  Tour the blood-soaked temple to the goddess Cybele with Paul and a local eunuch, one of those who castrated himself in a drunken frenzy during temple rites.  Meet the frightening Celtic warrior who would safeguard the Galatian's contribution to Paul's collection for Jerusalem.

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