Glad Tidings--Studies in Galatians by Waggoner, Ellet Joseph

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Paul's Letter to the Galatians throbs like a pounding heart with the urgent message of salvation only by faith as does no other New Testament document. The intrepid apostle's dynamic personality is revealed here at its finest.

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Paul's Letter to the Galatians throbs like a pounding heart with the urgent message of salvation only by faith as does no other New Testament document. The intrepid apostle's dynamic personality is revealed here at its finest. The Letter is a crescendo of passionate expression tumbling from his heart like a rushing mountain torrent. No secretary or amenuensis patiently transcibed Paul's labored dictation this time; the urgency of the Galatians' need prompted the apostle to dash off this Letter in his own trembling hand. It is perhaps the most authentically spontaneous apostolic document that has survived the early Christian era.

The flame raging in Paul's heart has kindled fire in other hearts across the millenia whenever Galatians has been studied seriously. Time cannot quench its ardor. It ignited the blaze that became the great Protestant Reformation of the 16th century; by means of Luther's comments the same fire again leaped the centuries to set England alight in the great Wesleyan revivals of the 18th century.

On a dismal afternoon in 1882, young Ellet J. Waggoner sat in a gospel tent in Heraldsburg, California, listening to a boring sermon. Suddenly he caught a vision of the stupendous reality of the cross of Christ as a present day truth. That began for him a lifetime study of Galatians. His resultant sermons and writings not only stirred thousands in his own 19th century, but speak simply and eloquently to us in the closing years of our 20th. Waggoner's The Glad Tidings deserves attention, for he caught the spirit of the Letter to the Galatians as few, if any, modern commentators have done.

In modern republished form in various editions, this book has already kindled fires of personal revival in Australia, Africa and North America.

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Author Waggoner, Ellet Joseph
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Pages 144
Edition 1st
Binding Paper Back
Condition C-
Dustjacket No
Table of Contents

1. The Real Gospel: A Revelation of Jesus Christ
2. Life by the Faith of Christ
3. Redeemed From the Curse
4. "Adoption as Sons"
5. The Spirit Makes It Easy to Be Saved
6. The Glory of the Cross

Copyright 1890
Year Printed ca. 1972

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