The Book of Galatians
The book of Galatians describes how many Jews felt that non-Jews who became Christians should keep the Jewish law, including the Old Testament food laws and circumcision. This letter, however, explains that a right relationship with God is possible only through faith in Yeshua-Jesus Christ, and nothing else is required.
Instead of trying to follow a long list of legalistic rules, followers of Christ are called to serve one another in love, and the Holy Spirit is given to help them do this.
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