What’s more, I used to believe that Paul probably been attempting to change the laws of the general population of God somehow, as opposed to discard them, as his hostile to law center was for the most part around principles like circumcision, that appeared to be somewhat immaterial and excess and fringe to the genuine push of the Scriptures, but then here in his letter to the general population of Colossae Paul is peripheralising one of the enormous ten, and doubtlessly you can’t get any less fringe to the law of God than the huge ten!
Thus sections like these have persuaded me that Paul was truly “antinomian” – a term that originates from the Greek word, ‘nomos’, signifying “lead” or ‘law’.
To be antinomian is to be against standards – an extraordinary specific run but rather to each run the show! Paul, it appears to be clear, did not put stock in carrying on with his life as per any inflexible arrangement of standards!Since the ideal opportunity for confidence is here, the Law is no longer accountable for us.” (Galatians 3:25)
That is ‘God’s law’ he is discussing! It no longer has charge over us, Paul says! That appears to be so adolescent. It appears to be so much like where I was at as a young person, and It sounds so irredeemably skeptical, until you welcome that Paul, who was against standards, was, then again, not in any way contradicted to having a ruler.