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This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.

This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.
Jeremy McCandless is on a mission to help people make the study of the Bible part of the rhythm of their daily lives. He does this by helping people to study God's Word by communicating it in a way that helps people connect with it in a relevant and meaningful way. Mainly through his preaching and podcast ministry. He also now does this by adapting some of the most famous classic Christian books for the modern reader. The goal is to enable a new generation to learn from the wisest and greatest Christian thinkers who have gone before us. Taking the knowledge contained in these classic books and making it accessible to today's readers to allow the ideas within to be expressed in a way that is coherent with the present day. This has led Jeremy to adapt various classic Christian texts into the modern form, hopefully reviving them for future generations. Not just making them easier to read, and much more understandable for the contemporary reader. His background is as a Christian Preacher, Church Pastor, writer, and Podcaster. He has been a Christian for over 50 years growing up amongst Christians who themselves were influenced by, Luther, Calvin, and Wesley and Spurgeon. He has had various leadership roles and has pastored a church of the Baptist denomination in the Northwest of England alongside as a wide experience and influence ministering across all shades of Christianity. Recently with his daily podcast. The "Bible Project Daily Podcast" a 10-year project to teach through the entire Bible, chapter by chapter, verse by verse. It is in year three of its 10-year plan. It is listened to everyday by 100,000's of people around the world in over 170 Countries. Galatians is considered a seminal work in Christian theology and as a result, numerous translations of his commentary have been published over the centuries, allowing readers from different linguistic backgrounds to engage with Luther's profound insights. His growing up and being in Christian ministry in a society and culture heavily influenced by the reformation has been invaluable to this endeavour. I trust this project enables people to gain insights into Luther's theological thinking, particularly his concept of justification by faith alone. By making Luther's insights accessible to a wider modern audience, I hope this book fostered a deeper understanding of his theological thought and its significance for the Christianity.