Colossians From A Pro-Torah Perspective:

Did God’s Law get ‘nailed to the cross’? Were the feast days, sabbath, and the Law of Moses ‘against us’? Colossians 2:14-16 is commonly used to demonstrated that the Law of God was abolished, but was it? Investigate the meaning of Colossians from a pro-torah perspective to find out exactly what was ‘nailed to the cross’.

What was nailed to the cross? By JK McKee

What was ‘nailed to the cross’ in Colossians 2:14-16?

Colossians 2:14 is the common verse that is quoted by many Christians to assert that “the Law of Moses was nailed to the cross of Jesus Christ.” But is this truly what is being said in Colossians 2:14? Did the Torah truly get nailed to the cross, with its high and holy standard of conduct nullified for the post-resurrection era? Could the idea that “the Law was nailed to the cross,” be little more than a sound byte that fails to take into consideration the actual issues present in the surrounding cotext? [Read more]