The New Testament and the Law of God Part 4
December 22, 2009
The New Testament letters reveal that the law of God is binding. There are many examples to corroborate this. The relation of the New Testament moral and ethical teachings are sustained on God's principles established in the Old Testament. Something that did change was all things pertaining to the ceremonial law. God's grace has been distorted in order to justify the false teaching that the moral and ethical law was done away with. Somehow modern Christians cannot accept God's requirements for righteous living in the Old Testament.
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