Validity of Torah

Christian Misunderstanding or an Antinomian Assault?

Answering: What is the Law?

Answering: The Purpose of the Law

Answering: No One Should Keep the Law

Answering: The Law as a Unit

Answering: The Verses Given Against Torah Validity


“Each of the passages listed—whether in the pastor’s original paper, or added to the list later—is preceded by its reference, and then a paraphrase of a common evangelical Christian interpretation. The verse has then been quoted from the 1995 New American Standard Bible, Updated Edition (NASU), which among conservative Protestants has often been considered to be one of the most literal Bible versions available, and notably uses italics to indicate most words that have been added to the English translation, as well as putting quotations or allusions from the Old Testament in small capital letters. Other major English versions I consult include the Revised Standard Version and New International Version. When references to the Greek Apostolic Scriptures are necessary, the text used comes from United Bible Societies’ 1998 Greek New Testament, Fourth Revised Edition, which is identical to the text used in the 27th Edition of Nestle-Aland’s Novum Testamentum Gracae. This critical text is used in most modern translations of the Apostolic Scriptures (New Testament).”

The New Testament Validates Torah MAXIMUM EDITION, p 70


Isaiah 1:13-14: responding to “God hates the Jewish feasts of the Old Testament”

Ezekiel 20:12-26: responding to “God actually gave His people bad laws that they could not follow.”

Hosea 2:11: responding to “God has put an end to the Old Testament Sabbath and feast days.”

Matthew 5:17: responding to “Jesus fulfilled every jot and tittle of the Law.”

Matthew 11:13: responding to “The Law of Moses was only in effect until John the Baptist.”

Mark 7:1-23: responding to “Jesus Christ declared the dietary laws, and hence all commands, of the Mosaic Law to be obsolete.”

John 1:17: responding to “The Law was given through Moses; grace and truth realized through Christ.”

John 13:34: responding to “Jesus Christ gave us a new law of love to replace the laws of the Old Testament.”

Acts 10:1-48: responding to “Peter was shown a vision nullifying the dietary laws.”

Acts 15:19-21: responding to “The Apostolic decree says nothing about new Christians observing the Mosaic Law.”

Acts 20:7: responding to “The early Christians met on the first day of the week, a clear abolishment of the Jewish Sabbath.”

Romans 3:19-22: responding to “Through the works of the Law no one will be justified.”

Romans 3:27-31: responding to “Justified by faith apart from works of the Law.”

Romans 4:5: responding to “God justifies those who do not work.”

Romans 6:14-15: responding to “We are not under law, but under grace.”

Romans 6:23: responding to “Eternal life is a free gift.”

Romans 7:1-25: responding to “We were made to die to the Law through the body of Christ.”

Romans 8:1-4: responding to “The law of the Spirit of life has set us free from the law of sin and death.”

Romans 10:4: responding to “Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to everyone who believes.”

Romans 11:6: responding to “Grace is no longer on the basis of works.”

Romans 14: responding to “God does not care about what days people celebrate or what food they eat.”

1 Corinthians 6:12-20: responding to “All things are now lawful.”

1 Corinthians 8: responding to “Paul permitted Gentile Christians to eat idol food, a clear violation of the Mosaic Law.”

1 Corinthians 9:19-23: responding to “It is only necessary to keep the Old Testament law to convert Jews to Christ.”

1 Corinthians 10:14-33: responding to “Paul says to eat whatever is set before you.”

1 Corinthians 16:2: responding to “The early Christians met on the first day of the week, a clear abolishment of the Jewish Sabbath.”

2 Corinthians 3: responding to “The veil of the old covenant has been removed.”

Galatians 2:11-21: responding to “By the works of the Law shall no flesh be justified.”

Galatians 3:12-14: responding to “Christ redeemed us from the curse of the Law.”

Galatians 3:23-25: responding to “The Law is our tutor to lead us to Christ.”

Galatians 4:8-11: responding to “The Sabbath and Old Testament feast days are weak and worthless principles.”

Galatians 5:1-4: responding to “Those who try to keep the Law of Moses have fallen from grace.”

Ephesians 2:8-10: responding to “We are saved by grace, not as a result of works.”

Ephesians 2:14-15: responding to “The Law was abolished in the flesh of Christ.”

Philippians 3:2-11: responding to “Righteousness is not derived by the Law.”

Colossians 2:14: responding to “The Law of Moses was nailed to the cross of Christ.”

Colossians 2:16-23: responding to “Christians are not to be judged for not keeping the Sabbath and Old Testament feast days.”

1 Timothy 1:8-9: responding to “The Law is not made for a righteous man.”

1 Timothy 4:1-5: responding to “Those who observe the dietary laws have committed apostasy against Jesus.”

2 Timothy 1:9: responding to “Salvation is not according to works.”

2 Timothy 2:15: responding to “The Word of God is to be rightly divided between the Old and New Testaments, Israel and the Church.”

Titus 1:14: responding to “The Old Testament law is to be regarded as nothing more than Jewish myth.”

Titus 3:5-8: responding to “He did not save us according to our deeds, but according to His mercy.”

Titus 3:9: responding to “We are not to be concerned about obedience to Jewish laws.”

Hebrews 4:1-10: responding to “Jesus is our Sabbath rest now.”

Hebrews 7:11-12, 18-19: responding to “A change of law has taken place, because it was weak and worthless.”

Hebrews 8: responding to “The New Covenant makes the Old Covenant obsolete.”

Hebrews 10:1: responding to “The Law was only a shadow of good things to come.”

Hebrews 10:9: responding to “God takes away the first covenant to establish the second.”

Revelation 1:10: responding to “The Sabbath has now been replaced with the Lord’s Day.”