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Galatians 4:12-31

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Lesson

Paul uses rhetorical techniques that were common in his day to persuade people. He also refers to Old Testament passages to instruct the Galatians in theire conduct. Dr. Moo discusses the process of translation.

Outline

Galatians 4:12-31

I. Galatians 4:12-20

A. Pathos

B. Paul's appeal to the Galatian Christians

C. Verse 12

D. Verse 13

E. Paul's "weakness of the flesh" Verse 14

F. "The blessing" verse 15

G. Paul criticizes the agitators (verses 17-18)

H. Important points about ministry (verses 19-20)

II. A Second Theological Argument (4:21-31)

A. Overview

B. "These things are taken figuratively” (Verse 24)

C. "You want to be under the Law" verse 21

D. The women represent two covenants

E. Quotation from Isaiah 54:1

F. Conclusion