Galatians is the fourth of Paul's letters. Of the 27 New Testament Books, Paul wrote 13. Nine of these book are
letters to local churches (like the ones in Galatia).
The Galatians felt pressured to seek salvation from the Law of Moses, even though they had already accepted the grace of Christ. The book of Galatians succinctly outlines the relationship between the Law of Moses and God’s New Covenant with the Church.