Get Galatians 3:23-25 right, and Galatians as a whole falls into place. Get Galatians in place, and the theology of the new covenant is well on the way to speaking with the power it ought. Get these verses wrong, however, and grievous consequences follow. But, alas, many do get these verses wrong. And the reasons for it are not far to seek. First, this passage has suffered more than most from exceedingly bad translation, both from fatal insertions into the text by translators, and from the change of meaning of words over time. Secondly, too many read Galatians 3:23-25 determined to fit Paul's words into their covenant theology. David Gay has published this booklet, hoping to do what he can to clear away these two grievous hindrances to a proper understanding of Scripture, and so let as many as possible discover what the theology of the new covenant really is. Do not miss the order: Scripture then theology. Not the other way about.