Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians

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(4.5 stars; 54 reviews)

Martin Luther strove to give a verse by verse exegesis of the Epistle to the Galatians in the work. The original work, written in Latin in around 1516, was much longer. This translation by Theodore Graebner strove to produce a copy of the work in a format and with wording much more applicable to the general English-speaking American public. (Summary by Timothy Perkins) (10 hr 42 min)


00 - Preface 7:09 Read by Tim Perkins
01 - Chapter 1, vv 1-6 41:54 Read by Tim Perkins
02 - Chapter 1, vv 7-24 40:04 Read by Bill Mosley
03 - Chapter 2, vv 1-8 32:31 Read by Bill Mosley
04 - Chapter 2, vv 9-15 22:34 Read by Bill Mosley
05 - Chapter 2, vv 16-18 28:52 Read by Dymmesdale
06 - Chapter 2, vv 19-21 33:15 Read by Lars Rolander (1942-2016)
07 - Chapter 3, vv 1-5 32:38 Read by Bill Mosley
08 - Chapter 3, vv 6-9 21:56 Read by Bill Mosley
09 - Chapter 3, vv 10-12 27:12 Read by Bill Mosley
10 - Chapter 3, vv 13-19 31:59 Read by Bill Mosley
11 - Chapter 3, vv 19-20 34:51 Read by Bill Mosley
12 - Chapter 3, vv 21-29 35:42 Read by Bill Mosley
13 - Chapter 4, vv 1-6a 20:35 Read by THOVO
14 - Chapter 4, vv 6b -8 31:08 Read by Lars Rolander (1942-2016)
15 - Chapter 4, vv 9-17 30:23 Read by Lars Rolander (1942-2016)
16 - Chapter 4, vv 18-31 29:15 Read by elongman
17 - Chapter 5, vv 1-5 23:02 Read by elongman
18 - Chapter 5, vv 6-12 21:50 Read by TriciaG
19 - Chapter 5, vv 13-17 26:55 Read by TriciaG
20 - Chapter 5, vv 18-26 26:54 Read by elongman
21 - Chapter 6 41:38 Read by Bill Mosley


One reader preferred

(5 stars)

One reader for the entire commentary would have been better than multiple readers. I particularly enjoyed the chapters read by Bill Mosley.

Martin Luther on Galatians

(5 stars)

I found this to be a very good work by Luther,and a refresher on his points on the subject of faith and Christ. Thanks to all the readers and Librivox for this great work. Enjoy!

I found this commentary easy to listen to. It was full of rele

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John Bunyan sent me here

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John Bunyan mentions Luther’s commentary on Galatians in the book “Grace Abounding To the Chief of Sinners” as the second most important or profitable book next to the Bible that he read, and that means a lot coming from a man who didn’t delve into many books apart from the Bible. We need this teaching at the forefront of our Christian walk always. How many of us go through that phase of our Christian life when we try to live holy in our own strength even after being born again. All our failures and headache’s stem from us going down that road. This book can help you get off that road and into the true life of peace and victory in Christ. If you want this same information put through the filter of John Bunyan’s mind read “The doctrine of law and grace unfolded” If you want a more modern take on our death to the law and alive in Christ to walk in the spirit read “The Normal Christian Life” by Watchman Nee.


(5 stars)

I'm sitting here listening to Martin Luther. It's great and inspiring. It is just distracting when they have a female reader.

So needed these days! Awesome teaching!

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