By Scot McKnght
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Paul, then, writes as an apostle—as one who has been called personally by Jesus Christ, who therefore represents Jesus Christ, and who has a crucial role in the history of the church. He claims at least that much in the second word of this letter. He expects the Galatians to listen; he knows that disagreement is no longer dialogue; disagreement is heresy when it comes to the essentials of the gospel as made known through the apostles and prophets. Even Paul himself must submit to his own gospel (1:8, 10).
Bühner, “ajpovstoloß,” EDNT 1:142–46; N. Turner, Christian Words, 23–25; H. D. Betz, “Apostle,” ABD 1:309–11. 3. All quotations from the Mishnah are from the translation of Jacob Neusner. See The Mishnah: A New Translation (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1988). Words in brackets are implied. 785C). 48 Galatians 1:1–9 mind, we can clearly see that Paul saw himself as an official representative of Jesus Christ. He knew he had been called by Jesus Christ and been appointed an official apostle of Jesus Christ, and he knew the implication of being called an apostle.
1 Cor. 15:7; Gal. 1:17, 19), he knew he was also an apostle in a parallel sense, even if he was “last of all” (1 Cor. 15:8; cf. Rom 1:1; Gal. , at Galatia and Corinth), his own convictions were firm. Paul knew he had been called by the risen Jesus (1 Cor. 9:1; 15:7–8; Gal. 1:15–16) and that the Lord had revealed to him in that call the specifics of his ministry: Paul was to go to the Gentiles (Gal. 1:16; 2:7). This call was confirmed in Paul’s missionary successes and in his miracles (cf. Rom. 1:5; 11:13–16; 15:19; 1 Cor 3:5–6; 4:15).
Galatians by Scot McKnght