God’s Law From A Pro-Torah Perspective:

Did Jesus (Yeshua) abolish the Torah? Why would Christ want to get rid of God’s commandments? Far from being a burden, the Law was given to mankind (both Jew and Gentile) in order that “he shall live” (Leviticus 18:5). Find out what Christ meant when He stated that “I have not come to abolish, but to fulfil” (Matthew 5:17-20). Find out whether there is a difference between the Law of Moses and the Law of God, and see what it means to have “one law” for both Jew and Gentile.

The meaning behind God's Law by Ronald Dart

The meaning behind God’s Law

Many people ask, “Which Old Testament laws should we keep today?” For example, some may ask whether or not it is right to wear a wool and polyester suit; if this is a violation of the Old Testament law that forbids a garment of mixed fabric, such as wool and linen, to come upon our flesh (Deuteronomy 22:11). Some are concerned as to whether or not the elastic around the band at the top of socks would constitute the mixing of fabrics together; there are people that feel they need to take the elastics out of socks.

Why is it people play “hopscotch” through the Old Testament, keeping this law but not keeping that one right next to it? What is the criteria that we use to decide that we would do this but we would not do that? Others ask us, “Well, is this law (pointing to a passage from scripture) required for salvation?” Well, the answer is “No, that law is not required for salvation. But it is a sin if you do not do that law.” [Read more]

The objective of God's Law by Ronald L. Dart

The Objective of God’s Law

We look at Psalm 119 to answer the following questions: Why was the law given? What is its purpose? What is the objective of the law? The law is intended to keep us from being reproached. It advises. It gives us liberty, provides good judgment, understanding and peace. It leads us to Jesus Christ. It endures forever, every jot and tittle. Unfortunately, it has often been used by men to control people. Grace is not the opposite of the law, it does not void the law; it gives exceptions to the law. The role of the Old Testament for the Christian. A discussion on legalism and salvation. [Read more]