Did Jesus Break The Laws
When Jesus released the lady caught in adultery instead of having her stoned and didn't wash His hands before He ate did He disobey the Law of Moses? I'd like some of your opinions and ideas please.
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---john on 12/15/05
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Jesus didn't released the lady. All He said was anyone who is without sin cast the first stone. He himself said He came to fulfill the Law.
No, He didn't disobey the Law.
---Nicole on 5/18/08|
No...Jesus was without sin. If Jesus would have sinned, he could not have done the work on the Cross to pay for our sins.
---wes on 5/17/08|
Look at Deut 17:6. Jesus found no witnesses, Scripture states that there must be two witnesses, so no He did not break the Law. He never did and never would for it would be against His nature, since the Law is the Word and He is the Word become flesh.
---Bryan on 7/6/07|
Jesus is the Law...He is the word John 1:1,2,3 the bible is all about Him and Him only...NNo..He did not break His own law...for He is that law...and so He teaches us to do likewise...thru the 10 commandments.
---jana on 8/20/06|
remember that the woman in question was not a virgin nor was she betrothed to anyone,therefore stoning would not apply the situation the sanhedrin council tried to use that incident to trap Jesus instead Jesus used their sins against them. the cermonial hand cleaning in question was to be done for 20min before any eating that was to make you clean in order to put food in you stomach. Jesus did not transgress the Mosaic law.
---willow on 1/14/06|
Jesus fulfilled the Law..We are under Grace. If we do as the New Testament instructs, we will never break any man made laws.
---Lynn_Bedford77 on 12/26/05|
No, Jesus came and did what the law could not do. He fulfilled the law. Read Romans 8:1-4 and Hebrews 9:1-28
---Barbara on 12/16/05|
, Jesus is God in human form. he doesn't need to bother with trivial things such as washing his hands. only God can forgive sins such as adultery, because he is the one who paid for all sins.
---steve on 12/15/05|
Ex 24:12 The LORD gave the Law to Moses.
As the Originator of the Law for humans, God can modify or cancel His Law as He wills.
Jn 1:1; Heb 1:8; Rom 9:5; Titus 2:13 Jesus is God and Moses is the servant of God. As Saviour, Jesus must obey the Law designed for humans. As God His will is Law for humans.
Essentially, sin is not doing what God (Father, Jesus, Holy Spirit) wants (commands).
---a_servant on 12/15/05|
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