Corinth had been desolated by such teachers; Galatia had succumbed to them; Asia was in great peril.
After Paul had left Galatia, certain other teachers had come into the country.
If this state of things continued, the Churches of Galatia would cease to exist.
Cappadocia lay on the southeast of Galatia, and south of Pontus.
The impossibility of preaching in Asia could therefore hardly have been the reason for passing through south Galatia.
And all the brethren who are with me: to the churches of Galatia.
After getting together the remnant of his forces, he marched through Galatia.
The same objection appears to have been made at Rome, where a faction existed similar to this at Galatia.
He still went forward in the same direction through Phrygia and Galatia.
This requirement is satisfied if Galatia proper is meant—the country in the northern part of the Roman province Galatia.