During the month of July you can get the audio sessions from Tim Hegg’s Commentary on The Epistle to the Galatians for a donation of any size. That’s 57, 1 hour audio lectures in MP3 format as a direct download.
Galatians is often used to show how Paul believed that the Law had been done away with, however, recent scholarship has made some different suggestions. In his Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians, TorahResource President and Instructor, Tim Hegg, demonstrates that, not only was Paul not speaking against the Torah but rather, he upheld it as God’s eternal revelation to His people. This in depth, verse-by-verse commentary is a ground breaking work that sheds new light on this, often misunderstood, book.
“In Paul’s day, the term ‘Christian’ defined a person who had confessed Yeshua to be the long-awaited, divine Messiah anticipated by the Judaisms of his day, and promised by the prophets of Israel. But this confession had not yet resulted in the division later to be defined by terms such as ‘synagogue’ and ‘Church.’ The people of ‘The Way’ were considered, both by themselves, and by pagans, as a sect of Judaism.
Therefore, the first thing we must reckon with as we come to identify the influencers in Galatia is that this was an ‘in house’ debate, not a ‘synagogue vs. Church’ struggle. I do not mean to diminish the stark differences of theology and belief between those who had confessed Yeshua and those who had denied His messiahship, but this chasm of difference could not have been any larger from a community standpoint than that which existed between Pharisee and Sadducee. The fact that after the division of the Synagogue and Church in the late 1st and early 2nd Centuries a very wide chasm developed should not be read back into the situation which Paul addressed in Galatia.”
– Tim Hegg, from “Commentary on The Epistle to the Galatians”, pg 12
For those new to the Messianic/Torah Movement, this resource is eyeopening and so very helpful in understanding this important book.
For those who have been walking in Torah for any length of time, this resource will help you defend your faith when those common arguments from Galatians are brought up.
Offer Ends Friday, July 31, 2020