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Why should Christians regard themselves as bound to any sort of moral law? After all, the full defeat of sin has been accomplished in Christ. And our personal salvation is by grace alone. So why, being set free from the law, would one choose to still to obey it?
Indeed, might it not be a surest sign of trust in Jesus’s sin boldly, proving my confidence in his love and power???
This is the antinomian (Gk: against-law) debate and it not only raged in the early church, but is alive and well today…