I have written an essay, "The Faithfulness of Jesus Christ as a Theme in Paul's Letter to the Galatians" for The Faith of Jesus Christ: Exegetical, Biblical, and Theological Studies, edited by Michael F. Bird and Preston M. Sprinkle (U.K. Paternoster). My essay analyzes Paul's theme of Christ's faithfulness within his theological argument in his Letter to the Galatians as representative of Paul's theology throughout his letters but especially in Romans and Philippians where we encounter Paul's expression again (πίστις Χριστοῦ). I argue that Paul's antipodal juxtaposition of "works of the law" (ἔργα νόμου) and "Christ's faithfulness" (πίστις Χριστοῦ) depict a contrast between two distinct covenants, one bounded by law the other bounded by Christ. The source of this polarity is Scripture's narrative concerning Israel, who incurred the curse of the law for unfaithfulness to the covenant. Thus, all who are of the "works of the law" are under Torah's curse with unfaithful Israel. In contrast, Christ's faithfulness through his curse-bearing death serves to redeem others from Torah's curse. The coming of ἡ πίστις is the coming of Christ's faithfulness to reverse the curse of the law, redeeming his people from Torah's curse by fulfilling and ending the law's covenant jurisdiction governing relationship with God.