The Judaizers were a Christian sect still adhering to the Jewish Law, they came from converted Pharisees. Unwilling to see Judaism die out the Judaizers adopted a legalistic idea of salvation. They insisted that no non-Jews could be saved without submitting to circumcision and observing the Law of Moses.

It was the more zealous of the Judaizers who stirred trouble in Antioch and the new churches of Galatia. Here, on their home grounds, they would be more outspoken and forceful in their demands. The conference was headed for a showdown on the question: can Gentiles be saved without becoming Jews?

The legalistic parallel of the Judaizers can be seen in many churches today.

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