C.I. Scofield’s “The Epistle to the Galatians” is a short collection of five addresses he gave on the matter at the Sea Cliff Bible Conference in July, 1903. The book is a great review of the simple message of the epistle to the Galatians, and filled with quotable quotes, like the one below.

But you say: What is a simple child of God, who knows no theology, to do? Just this: Remember that any so-called gospel which is not pure unadulterated grace is “another” gospel. If it proposes, under whatever specious guise, to win the favor of God by works, or goodness, or “character,” or anything else which man can do, it is spurious. That is the unfailing test.

But it is more than spurious; it is accursed—or rather the preachers of it are (vv. 8, 9). It is not I who says that, but the Spirit of God who says it by His apostle. This is unspeakably solemn. Not the denial of the Gospel even, is so awfully serious as to pervert the Gospel. Oh, that God may give His people in this day power to discriminate, to distinguish things which differ. Alas, it is discernment which seems so painfully wanting.

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