To begin with, I think Christianity as a whole, not every believer, looks at the Law with the wrong pair of glasses on. When most consider the Law they think of the ordinances given at Mt. Sinai. When I think of the Law, I see two divisions of the Law. Not two divisions of what was given at Mt. Sinai. But two divisions of what is written in the books of Moses. I think this is where a lot of confusion comes from for those who wrestle to understand my position.
I assume, when believers consider the Law as only those things spoken of at Mt. Sinai, they make incomplete connections of the doctrinal significance that our New Testament emphasizes concerning the covenant God gave Abraham. Continue reading