Galatians: The Constitution of Christian Liberty - REVIEW QUESTIONS

Galatians: The Constitution of Christian Liberty - REVIEW QUESTIONS

Now is the time to put yourself to the test.  Do you really understand the basic, fundamental teaching of this important epistle?  Whenever you cannot answer a question correctly, without a doubt, refer back to the lesson material.  Remember that just reading the notes isn't enough.  Make the truth of the Scriptures a permanent part of your life.

  1. What is the outline of Galatians?
  2. Write your four memory verses, including Scripture references.
  3. Who wrote Galatians?
  4. To whom was the letter sent?
  5. Why was Galatians written?
  6. What three revelations are associated with Paul?
  7. How did Paul defend his apostleship?
  8. What did Paul think of circumcision?
  9. Why did Paul rebuke Peter?
  10. List the seven arguments that Paul used to defend the doctrine of Christian liberty.
  11. Which argument do you think is best? Why?
  12. Are Christians under the Ten Commandments?  Explain.
  13. What does Paul contrast with bondage, law, and the flesh?
  14. How did the Galatians receive Paul when he first preached the gospel to them?
  15. What allegory did Paul use in his appeal to the Galatians?
  16. What was the five-fold lot of the legalists?
  17. Does the Christian live apart from law? What laws, if any, are related to the Christian life?
  18. In our study the call to Christian liberty is a three-fold call to what?
  19. How does crucifixion with Christ become practical in our lives?
  20. In our study what is the three-fold challenge of the life of Christian liberty?


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