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Notice Paul never says "the law" was nailed to the cross, but the "ordinances" (Col 2:14) which is the ceremonial side of the Law. The Law itself speaks of itself being in two parts (Leviticus 18:4): judgements (mishpatim, moral laws) and ordinances or statutes (hukkim, ceremonial laws). It is the latter that was nailed to the cross. Col 2:14 KJV ...


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From the way Paul writes about our baptism, 'going down into the water with Jesus into His death', and dying, then 'coming back up out of the water with Jesus into His resurrection in our new life,' Paul writes "we died with Jesus, and because of this became free from our old husband, Mr. Law." "Paul writes further, we are then free to marry another, and we ...


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The question have at less this three answers: If you believe in the Convenant Theology, then all the laws in the Old Testament that was not abolished on the New Testament still apply. If you believe in the Dispensationalist Theology, then all the laws in the Old Testament that aren't confirmed on the New Testament don't apply. If you are catholic what the ...



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