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Posted by Yunus Robinson on May 29, 2001 15:49:42 UTC

Question: Did Christ himself say that he would do away with the Law?

From what I read, it was St Paul who introduced the idea later about the annullment of the Law by accepting the blood of christ.

Remember that the canonical gospels contained in the present day Bible were not the only ones. They were many-each telling a different story of Jesus. The reason why we have four now and the rest excluded was due to a law passed by the Nicene council in the third century.

Before that, there were some christians who followed mosaic law. Their were unitarians, dualists and trinitarians-each with their own ideas.

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