One in Christ Jesus: An Exposition of Galatians 3:28

Friday, 30 Jun 2017

When we were joined to Jesus by faith and marked by him in baptism, we were also joined to everyone else Jesus is joined to—a diverse people from every tribe, nation, and tongue.
As part of his daily prayers, a typical first-century Jewish man began by thanking God for not making him a Gentile, a slave—and finally—for not making him a woman. In a fallen world, we are socially conditioned by messages about who’s important and who’s not, who’s precious and who’s expend-able, who should be in and who should be out. Race, class, and gender are the fault lines of sinful disparity and division that pass from the world right into the church. When the Judaizers infiltrated the churches of Galatia, they brought these attitudes ...

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