Do Christians “attack” the Ten Commandments?

Do Christians “attack” the Ten Commandments as claimed by Jews and other Law Keepers?

Christians don’t “attack” the Ten-Commandments…it’s simply the fact that the Holy Spirit within them teaches that the Ten-Commandments were given to a specified, specific, people group for a specified, specific, covenant and that the Commandments are not to be worshiped nor is the Decalogue a path to righteousness (a right standing) with God (Galatians 2:16); the Holy Spirit teaches that only by faith in the One which the Commandments point, Jesus Christ, will righteousness (a right standing) with God manifest leading to eternal life through the forgiveness of sin via the imputation of Messiah righteousness (Romans 8; 2 Corinthians 5:21).

Those who seek righteousness with God through a facade of obedience to the Commandments, exemplified by the religion of Judaism and Christian cults, are existing in the lie of self-righteousness (Galatians 2:16) through Law (a works salvation) and they are therefore destined to the “second death” in Hell because only by faith in the One who kept the Law for us in perfection, Jesus Christ (Matthew 5:17), will a man or woman find righteousness (a right standing) with God, eternally, through the imputation of Jesus’ righteousness into our life by faith in Him as our Lord (2 Corinthians 5:21).

Jesus as our Lord, believing Jesus died to pay our sin-debt owed the Father, is the only “Way” to righteousness with the Father (John 14:6) and NO, Christianity is NOT lawlessness but Christianity is obedience to the indwelling Holy Spirit through sanctification; a Law infinitely superior to the Law of the Covenant. Christians do not strive after rules-regulations-edicts-letters in Stone of a bygone covenant that only condemned void atonement (Hebrews 8; 2 Corinthians 3).

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