Eighty Two Reasons to Abolish
The Torah, the first five books of
the Holy Bible
Ye shall not add
unto the word which I command you, neither shall ye
diminish aught from it, that ye may keep the commandments of the LORD your God
which I command you, Deuteronomy 4:2
The following responses from
judeochristians in a November 29, 2003 Paltalk forum dealt mostly with how to abolish
God's Law, rather than what we need to do to uphold it.
You'll be accused of anti-Semitism.
You'll be accused of Puritanism.
This is the greatest nation on earth.
People are knocking the doors down to
get into the country.
The USA is the "new
The system is working, isn't it?
Nobody can uphold or live under 617
God is a forgiving God, isn't He--how
could He expect us to live under such restrictive laws?
We are under grace, not law.
How can we uphold God's Law when we
no longer have a temple?
Since the temple was destroyed, it's
been impossible to follow the law like it's written.
Where are we going to find the Levite
Priests needed to uphold God's Law?
Upholding God's Law means that we
would all have to grow rams in order to have a sacrifice.
Where are we going to grow all the
Certainly God doesn't really think
that killing bunny rabbits will show that our hearts are with God.
Jesus Christ hated animal sacrifices.
Rapists should be executed but
adultery is a personal choice, not a crime.
It's our judeochristian preachers who
caused all of this.
The judeochristian preachers are the
ones who need to be punished for this.
The "tittle" is only a
reference to the Hebrew exclamation marks which are now irrelevant.
Animal sacrifices [read: God's Law]
were abolished in Jeremiah 7:22.
And in Hebrews
And in Galatians
And in Deuteronomy
And in Colossians
Why should wives have to stay in
My husband was a drunk and an abuser
[read: following God's Law means I would have to stay with him].
Adultery laws no longer apply because
Christ could have stoned the adulteress and didn't.
an easy way out of their vows to God so how can they do that if they are prohitibted by
such restrictive laws?
Wake up, this is the new age, not
Love the lord with all your heart and we've
upheld all of them.
None of the Israelites are rulling
their country under the ideology of demcracy
It is not a christian foundation, so
we have to focus on ourselves, our church and possibly our community. Are these laws kept
I think you're talking about Israelites as a whole.
We're no longer together so how can
we follow the law?
There is no Temple.
Thou shall not kill - in Texas it is
The concubine laws do not apply here
I still dont understand what he
We cannot judge anyone unless we've
lived a life like Christ.
This old law was only for jews [added
by strider_atx] April 10, 2004
- Christ came to "fulfil" the law, so we are no longer under
- I haven't had a drink in 25 years so I'm doing my part to uphold
- Someone who hasn't lived his life like Christ should not judge
- Punishment is supposed to be by stoning, and stoning means to toss
little pebbles at the offenders.
- We can't enforce this law--everyone would be in prison.
- Christ "hated" dietary and sacrificial laws, so He intended
to throw out such obsolete laws.
- This means that we should not eat pork.
- Christ didn't stone the adulteress, so obviously this law has been
done away with.
- Christ abolished the penalty for violating the law.
- We need to put such laws in context--obviously you can't punish
everone who commits adultery.
- We need to examine this law to see what it means before we uphold it.
- We aren't ready yet to uphold this law.
- Everyone is a sinner.
- This is from the Old Testament, we are in New Testament times now.
- Christ died on the cross for MY sins, so I no longer am under the
- We are supposed to be a "light unto the nations" (implying
that the "light unto the nations" doesn't need to mess with piddly details like
- These are just recommendations--the real law is "written in our
- It is not for us to judge people, Christians are to let God judge
- Those who fail to live by the law written in their hearts will
ultimately receive their just punishment.
- We will not find "salvation" by following the letter of the
- David violated the law and was not punished for it.
- Are you without sin?
- I grew up in a family that didn't even know this law.
- Many people don't know God.
- You can't make people believe.
- I can't say "if my neighbor's committing adultery, I'll go over
and stone them to death".
- I'm just a peon, I can't do anything about the law.
- We don't live in a nation which would offer that option. If we
did, I would go along with it totally.
- Have you lived the law from the day you were born?
- Then there are none of us who will be in the kingdom.
- Shouldn't the man be put to death, too?
- I am not without sin so how can I judge others?
- We all fall short of God's glory.
- I don't have to live by that law, I'm not unrighteous.
- Do I want to stone someone outside of a courthouse for adultery?
- I'm really offended that you're talking about stoning the adulteress,
but not the adulterer (even though the scripture which is quoted focuses on the man rather
than the woman).
- I am not a sinner, so I'm no longer under the law.
- Our sinful ways are justified by faith in Yahshua.
- Nobody is justified by the law.
- If that's the case--then why follow it?
- "Fully preach" and "fulfill" mean exactly the
same thing (except that if we change Matthew 5:17 to "I
have come not to abolish but to fully preach", then you--not I--have to live
by all 617 laws in the Old Testament).