Galatians: Gospel Matters (Portuguese)

Galatians: Gospel Matters (Portuguese)

7 studies for individuals or groups

Timothy Keller unpacks the true gospel, and explores how it impacts every area of life, for all our life.

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This seven-study guide by Timothy Keller will excite Christians about the gospel, and apply it to every aspect of their lives.

Gospel Matters takes us to the heart of a dispute of eternal significance. The Galatian church was torn between the view that their efforts saved them, and the gospel, which told them that it was Christ's work, not theirs, that mattered. The choice still confronts us today making this a hugely relevant and exciting book to study.

Gospel Matters is designed to work alongside Galatians for You, Timothy Keller's expository guide to Galatians. His clarity and insight will help anyone exploring this wonderful epistle.

• Part of the popular Good Book Guide Series
• Companion study guide to Galatians For You
• Bible study for small groups and individuals
• Written by Timothy Keller, author of Galatians for You, and Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York
• Substantial leader's guide included

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Contents

  • Introduction
  • Why study Galatians?
  • Timeline
  • 1. Gospel reversed (1 v 1-9)
  • 2. Gospel unity (1 v 10 – 2 v 10)
  • 3. Gospel A – Z (2 v 11-21)
  • 4. The gospel and the law (3 v 1-25)
  • 5. Gospel adoption (3 v 26 – 4 v 31)
  • 6. Gospel freedom, gospel fruit (5 v 1-25)
  • 7. The gospel is enough (5 v 26 – 6 v 18)
  • Leader's Guide

Specification

Author Timothy Keller
ISBN 9788527506106
Format Paperback
First published February 2016
Dimensions 135mm x 210mm x 3mm
Language Portuguese
Pages 96
No. of studies 7
Publisher Vida Nova

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