Grace, Law, and the Christian

God has shown us grace and sent His Son Jesus to suffer and die for our sins. As such, He has taken away the requirements of the Law. This subject is so important that I chose to make a page specific to it.

Another look at the will of God, rebellion, lawlessness, and faith

Are believers in Christ to follow the Law from the Old Testament?

Are Christians under the New Covenant or not?

Christians following Jewish Traditions

Christians And The Law

Does 1 Corinthians 5:8 teach to celebrate Passover or the Feast of Unleavened Bread, and so to follow the Mosaic Law?

Does 2 Corinthians 6:17 teaches to not touch unclean food as defined by the Mosaic (dietary) laws?

Does Matthew 23:23 teach we are supposed to follow the Mosaic Law?

Does Matthew 24:20 teach that we must celebrate the Sabbath?

Do Romans 3:31, 6:15, Ephesians 2:15 teach we must follow the Mosaic Law? Or are we under a different Law?

Does Isaiah 56:6-7 say we must follow the Law?

Does Isaiah 66:17, 22, 23 show we must follow the Law in the end times?

Does Zechariah 14:16-19 show God wants us to follow the festival laws?

Does saved by grace mean we dont have to be holy?

Does what Paul wrote to Galatia, Colossia, and Romans apply to Gentile believers, or Jewish believers, or Both?

Either Hebrews does not apply to Jewish believers or the Law was set aside for ALL believers.

Galatians 5:18 – If you are led by the Spirit, you are not under the Law.

Grace

Grace Alone

How do the Law, faith, and wrath relate?

Has the Mosaic Law been abolished?

JESUS VS PAUL #2: UNDER THE LAW OR NOT?

Quoting The Old Testament

Should Christians keep the Jewish Dietary Laws?

Should Believers in Christ to be circumcised?

Significance of The Mosaic Law

Study of Galatians – Grace, Law, and Salvation

Was the Law originally intended as a means of Salvation?

What did Paul mean when he said enslaved to sin?

What do abolish and fulfill mean in Matthew 5:13-20?

What is meant by Grace in relation to God?

What is meant by “keeping God’s commands is what counts” in 1 Corinthians 7?

7 Responses

  1. […] The Death of Christ – Divorce and the New Covenant 2009 March 2 tags: church, divorce, faith, God, grace, israel, Jesus Christ, judah, marriage, new covenant, religion, torah by Polycarp Over the past few weeks, I have posted a few articles on Messianic Judaism, and have been met with some resistance from a variety of those that hold to that believe. Let me state that I see nothing wrong with Jews who convert to Christianity hold to their traditions, to a point, and that point is Grace; likewise, I see nothing wrong with Christians discovering the Jewishness of the Gospels, and the cultural context of Paul. There is a point, however, when this exploration turns to false doctrine and a false view of the interaction of the First Covenant and New Covenant. (As a primer to this discussion go here and then here.) […]

  2. Interesting discussion on the need for believers in Christ to follow the Law:
    http://thechurchofjesuschrist.us/2009/02/the-yoke-and-burden-of-messiah-the-torah-or-calvary/

  3. […] few weeks, there has been a conversation going on on this blog concerning the Law and Grace. I and others have taken the position that we are under Grace, and because of this we are no longer required to […]

  4. […] few weeks, there has been a conversation going on on this blog concerning the Law and Grace. I and others have taken the position that we are under Grace, and because of this we are no longer required to […]

  5. WB, do you have a post regarding law and grace? That which deals with this-Law and Grace do not meet?

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