''But now that faith has come, we are no longer under a custodian...'' Custodian here means the
In the passage, the word "custodian" refers to the law. The verse is saying that with the coming of faith, we are no longer under the authority or supervision of the law. In the context of the passage, the law is described as a "custodian" or a "tutor," which means it was a temporary guide or supervisor until the coming of faith.
The verse suggests that the purpose of the law was to guide people towards faith, but now that faith has come, we no longer need the law as a guide. This passage is emphasizing the importance of faith and the freedom that it brings from the restrictions of the law.