Peace and grace all–
The Letter to the Galatians is often called the Magna Cart of Christian liberty, as it deals with the age old question of whether a Gentile must become a Jew before he can become a Christian. Certain Judaizing teachers had infiltrated the churches of Galatia in central Asia Minor, which the Apostle Paul had founded. They claimed that in addition to faith in Jesus Christ, believers were also obligated to keep the Mosaic law. Paul’s letter is an attempt to set the record straight and show the church once and for all that faith is Jesus is the only requisite for full salvation.