Church History

Marius Victorinus on Christ as Liberator

This is from the first Latin commentary on Paul’s works, specifically at Galatians 2.20–21: But as I now live in

Church History

Some writers on Galatians 3.13 and the curse

I am doing some work on Galatians 3.13 in early Christian writers. I’ve included Philo and the Epistle of Barnabas

Doctoral Work

Timeline of Galatians from St. Irenaeus to St. Jerome

Sorry for this, but I want to put it out there for a few reasons. It helps me in working


Good Stuff from St. Irenaeus on St. Paul (inspiration, rhetoric)

Holy cow. I love this sort of stuff. St. Irenaeus is fighting off Marcion and attempting to explain some things

Doctoral Work

is Galatians written against the Roman imperial cult?

What follows is an unedited portion of my dissertation. In the larger context, I am trying to establish that the particular


Why Jesus is not a Scapegoat (Leviticus 16.6 is not in Galatians 3.13)

This is due to my dissertation which at some point may be completed or even, one day, started on. This is more


Book Notice: Galatians and Christian Theology: Justification, the Gospel, and Ethics in Paul’s Letter @bakeracademic

How did I miss this?  The letter to the Galatians is a key source for Pauline theology as it presents


a weekend prayer, from an ancient Gallican liturgy

I found this, via Logos, as part of my current dissertation work. You will note why, I believe. Thanks to