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There is much confusion in the body of Christ over the teaching of law and grace, and we find various groups vehemently opposing one another. This should not be. The pendulum swings from “anti-Law”, ultra-Grace on the one end, to the “pro-Law” legality and the keeping of the law of Moses with all its sacrifices, feasts and legal practices on the other end. Then there are several other teachings that are affected by and related to these two extremes. In an attempt to bring a balanced view of Scripture, I wish to present the following simple view of the teaching.

Firstly, we should establish that law and grace are not two opposites. The opposite of law is not grace; it is lawlessness. 1John 3:4 states that sin is lawlessness. Law and grace are on the same side of the table, with the same purpose in mind. Their goal is to produce righteousness in mankind – a noble intention, I am sure you will agree.

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