Trinity Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Justification by Foolishness?
April 11, 2021
Main Scripture Reference(s)
Galatians 3:1-5

Justification by Foolishness?

April 11, 2021 / Galatians 3:1-5

What does Paul call the Galatians? Does this bother you? If so, why?

What does the Bible say about judging? Can you judge others? Why or why not? Who can we judge? How can/should we judge? (1 Cor. 5:12-13, Matt. 7:1-6)

Why does Paul call the Galatians “fools”? What does the word “fool” mean? How does it apply to the church of Galatia? To us?

What are the 2 sources of Doctrinal (Biblical) error?

  1. Spiritual (demonic) 

Which of these is happening to the Galatian church?

What is interesting about the word “eyes” in verse 1 (Gal. 3:1)?

What does it mean that Jesus was publicly portrayed as crucified? Why is this so important?

When do Believers receive the Holy Spirit? How much of the Holy Spirit do we get? Why is this so important, especially in light of what Paul is saying about justification by faith, alone?

What is the work(s) of the Holy Spirit? (Rom. 8:16-17, 9, Eph. 1:13-14)

What does verse 3 (Gal. 3:3) mean? How do we do this?

Why do we do “good works”? What makes a work “good”?

How do we understand verse 4 (Gal. 3:4)?

What does verse 5 (Gal. 3:5) have to do with being justified by faith alone?

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