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The Only Thing that Counts

The Only Thing that Counts

In his letter to the Galatians, the Apostle Paul repeatedly enforced the centrality of Christ’s finished work on the cross, plus nothing, as a means of salvation. However, some of the believers there—like many today—were attempting to yoke themselves again under the bondage of a false, works-based gospel. As Alistair Begg examines the letter, he highlights a principle to be affirmed, a process to be avoided, and a perspective to be adopted by all who would be made free in Christ.

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Right With God, Volume 1

The book of Galatians provides rich material for study on the subject of Christian freedom. Warning against false teachers who attempted to pervert the one true Gospel, Paul confirmed the authority of Scripture and salvation through grace by faith in the finished work of Jesus on the cross. We have been granted access to God in Christ, and are called to live according to that freedom.

In Volume 1, Alistair Begg helps us to understand the author, audience, and central message of the letter. Through Christ’s atoning sacrifice for our sins, God has fulfilled His promise to Abraham and has given us the power to live as His children. When we unite as believers on the basis of truth, rather than at the expense of it, we can intentionally teach and display the Gospel to a lost and dying world.

Right With God, Volume 2

The book of Galatians provides rich material for study on the subject of Christian freedom. Warning against false teachers who attempted to pervert the one true Gospel, Paul confirmed the authority of Scripture and salvation through grace by faith in the finished work of Jesus on the cross. We have been granted access to God in Christ, and are called to live according to that freedom.

In Volume 2, Alistair Begg teaches on the essentials of Christianity as presented by the Apostle Paul. When we recognize Christ as our only hope of salvation, we become a new creation in Him and are free to live accordingly. Transformed by the power of the Gospel, although not free from conflict and trials, our lives will reflect the work God is doing in us as individual believers and as members of the Body of Christ.