Matthew 5:18 -- Truthfully I tell you, until the heavens and earth pass away not one iota or one point by no means will pass away from the law, until all things come to pass.
It has been said that the law passed away at the cross. Well I ask, if the law has passed away, where did the heavens and earth go?

The Law of the New Testament is the same as that in the Old. Though it may be presented in a somewhat different format and context, it is still the same Law God gave to Moses for His people. [I John 2:7]

Messianic Renewed Judaism is in a state of flux: it is coming from Mizraism (Mithraism), the cult of the sun god with its alleatory feasts: [Sun-day, Dec 25th, the host (round, in honour of the sun), etc.] Then, came Protestantism, which carried almost all of Mizraism's paganic [satanic] legacy; what I call the First Reformation. Then came Pentecostalism, which I call the Second Reformation. And as of 1967 came Messianic Judaism, which still carries much of the prior's excess baggage, in the sense of Sun-day, Dec. 25th, etc. (although, obviously, not the host and the other, more visible and gross abominations) Then comes Messianic Renewed Judaism (MRJ). In MRJ we believe all that Judaism believes in, and in a bit of oneupmanship; we know who the Mashiach is, the Rabbi Yeshuah, but we also know Judaism is the rock foundation, and the Torah. Now, according to Scripture, Gentiles become Jews by faith (Ephesians 2.11-12; Philippians 3:3; and Romans 2:28-29) and cease to be Gentiles (i.e., idolaters, as per I Corinthians 11:2 and I Thessalonians 1:9). Thus, they have to obey Torah.


The Law (or a greater portion thereof) is no longer applicable to man in Christ.

Matthew 13:41; 24:12; II Corinthians 6:14; II Thessalonians 2:7; Titus 2:14

The creed of the Antinomian is easily stated: We are saved by faith alone; works have no place in salvation; conduct is works, and is therefore of no importance. What we do cannot matter as long as we believe rightly. The divorce between creed and conduct is absolute and final. The question of sin is settled by the Cross; conduct is outside the circle of faith and cannot come between the believer and God. Such in brief, is the teaching of the Antinomian. And so fully has it permeated the Fundamental element in modern Christianity that it is accepted by the religious masses as the very truth of God. Antinomianism is the doctrine of grace carried by uncorrected logic to the point of absurdity. It takes the teaching of justification by faith and twists it into deformity.
--A.W. Tozer

Legalist are all work, Antinomians no work. Professing to have yielded up their whole agency to Christ, they throw all responsibility upon Him and do nothing. Under pretense of being led by the Spirit and of waiting for God to reveal His will to them, they give themselves up very much to spiritual indolence
--Charles Finney

Instead of God's will, if they can rationalize something (according to either their own or some respected believer's example or teaching), they usually feel perfectly at liberty to do whatever they want. You can hear them say how God told them it was okay to do this or that, no matter for what the Bible teaches. They soon become experts in examining the limit to which any of God's moral laws can be stretched, while still maintaining a minimum show of Godliness. Because of this, their lives speak to an unbelieving world to say, We are delivered to do all these abominations
Jeremiah 7:10


Without Law; lawlessness.

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---Michael Scheifler
The Antinomians Are Coming!