The North Galatian Hypothesis – free download of my book on this important topic!

In an earlier post, I made available the first few chapters of my two volume defence of the North Galatian Hypothesis. I have now made the entire two volumes available, and these can be freely accessed and downloaded below or from the “Articles” page on this website.

The North Galatian Hypothesis (NGH) holds that the recipients of Paul’s letter to the Galatians were “ethnic” Galatians in the north of the Roman Province of Galatia. This view is in contradistinction to the the South Galatian Hypothesis (SGH) which hold that the recipients were “mixed” churches made up of both Jews and Gentiles in the South of the province.

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NorthGalatianHypothesisBibliographyAppendicesandIndexes

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Please let me know your thoughts on this interesting and important topic!



Categories: Chiastic and Other Structures, North Galatian Hypothesis

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