In this session, we go back to Genesis, talk about the original sin, and the reality that the law accuses us - and drives us to Christ. While it may not sound like it at times, this really is true Christian freedom Paul is proclaiming.
Galatians Study Booklet (.pdf)
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Confessing the Faith
Galatians Session 1
Galatians Session 2
Galatians Session 3
Galatians Session 4
Galatians Session 5
Galatians Session 6
Galatians Session 7
Introduction to Luther
Luther and Society
Means of Grace
Spreading the Message
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 1
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 2
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 3
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 4
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 5
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 6
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 7
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 8
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 9
Why wasn't my grandmother praying for us?
Receiving God’s inheritance in Baptism?
Paul says Christ is a curse? How did this happen?
What is the Devil’s mode of operating?
Why does the law not help save us?
Is the gospel a law?
Jesus uses your sin to save you? How so?
Can I not worry about sinning more?
Politics: Defying The Pope
The Bible: Authority
What does the word “Law” mean according to Lut
Differences being a disciple and an apostle?
Paul says the law increases sin. How so?
What does Jesus do with us and our sin?
How does one lose their freedom as a Christian?
Effect one’s understanding of the role of a mom?
Can I ever cast a correct vote in an election?
Can we make a decision for Christ?
Where Are We Today: What Should The Church Do?
Changes in the Church: Education of a Preacher
How is a Christian made?
Who cares about active and passive righteousness?
Why is Paul’s language so different?
Differences - legislating and proclaiming freedom?
How does God deal with our sin?
Why Paul writes that following the law is a curse?
What is the function of forgiveness in our lives?
Does becoming a Christian change who you are?
Should we worry about what people think about us?
Active and passive righteousness differences