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Galatians 1: 1-10 Corps Notes 1983

The author of Galatians is God. Paul is the writer. Paul named the Galatians himself.

Galatians 6:11 - He wrote the Epistle himself which was not typical of Paul (Rom. 16:22). He would have a secretary, he would dictate it. Paul would usually write the salutation at the end (II Thess. 3:17).

Epistle in Galatians corrects doctrinal error. The doctrinal epistle is Romans. Although Romans was not yet written at the time Galatians was, Paul had still taught that information when he traveled there.

Topic: pdf, Gal 1:1-10
Format: pdf
Publication Date: 09-21-1983

Walter J. Cummins graduated from the Power for Abundant Class in 1962. 

He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Ohio State University in 1968 and his Master of Education degree in Secondary School Administration in 1978 from Wright State University.

He was ordained to the Christian by The Way International in 1968. He has studied at The Way International under Victor Paul Wierwille and K.C.Pillai. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he was director of the Research department of the Way International  and served as assistant to the president.