Another new addition to the N. T. Wright page -- what a fine and comprehensive resource it has become:
Gospel and Theology in Galatians
N. T. Wright
Originally published in L. Ann Jervis and Peter Richardson, Gospel in Paul: Studies on Corinthians, Galatians and Romans for Richard N. Longenecker (JSNTSup, 108; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994): 222–239
I was just lecturing on Galatians today too; what a fascinating epistle it is. I was encouraged by how much the students in the class today engaged with the intricacies of the epistle too. One of the most interesting comments, and it took me a couple of seconds to process it, was in response to a question I asked about whether they thought they would have been convinced by Paul if they had been in Galatia. The comment was "I think I would have been convinced by Paul's opponents in Galatia, but then I'm a woman".