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Galatians 2: 15-21 Corps Notes 1983

This confrontation with Peter could have happened before the Jerusalem council in Acts 15:1,2; however the Galatians record indicates the error on Peter’s part, followed the decision of the Jerusalem council and Peter perceived the grace given to Paul (Galatians 2:9) which makes his error remarkable!

When did this confrontation occur? Paul’s next visit to Antioch is recorded in Acts 18:22, 23. This is the beginning of his second itinerary. And this is the next time Paul was at Antioch, when Peter could have been there with him. Paul’s second itinerary takes him through Galatia over to Macedonia and Greece. At that time a gist is recorded in the end of Acts 15, John Mark and Barnabus sail for Cyprus. Paul chose Silas and they departed to Syria and Cilicia.

Topic: pdf, Galatians 2:15-21, Gal 2:15-21
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Publication Date: 10-12-1983

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.