When Paul wrote warning about those preaching 'another gospel' and 'another Jesus' other than that which they had received he was dealing very specifically with Jewish 'teachers,' or 'rabbis' who were trying to subvert the Gospel of Grace by explaining why those believers (Jews and Gentiles) needed to not only believe on Jesus but had to obey certain "foundational doctrines" of the Jewish Law. Much of what they taught would go something like: "Jesus as Messiah is good. His blood did what no animal blood could do. No more sacrifice is needed. But He did not do away with circumcision, (this goes back to our beginnings as the symbol of our unbreakable covenant and everlasting identification with the One True God), you must be circumcised. God set up certain Feast Days and other Holy Days which are everlasting. You must observe these Days. There are Dietary Laws we must observe. All of these are Basic and Foundational to anyone's claim to be part of Gods' chosen people. Add these things to faith in Jesus and you have done what is needed to be 'Saved'. Paul was bringing the Gospel of Grace. The Good News of Jesus. There is no "Faith" (in Jesus), no "Grace" (Of God), Plus the keeping of the "Law." Is it possible that we have added our own definitions to what Paul meant by 'works'. Just a question: In an effort to make some since of what this might mean or how the term 'works' applies to us today have we 'added' to and gone beyond what scripture actually says or means?