Often times, when speaking to someone who doesn’t follow Torah, they get confused as to why we would want to keep it. “The Law is bondage,” they say. “Jesus died to fulfill it; that means we don’t have to do it anymore,” is a very common response. As is, "It's only for the Jews" or even "If you try to keep the Law, that means you have to keep all of it perfectly. You can't, and no one can, that means you're going to fail." Then they quote Paul who, let’s face it, wrote some very difficult and confusing writings. Usually it’s a quote from Romans or Galatians, saying we’re “under grace and not law.” But one of the most common responses of all in my experience has been, “Christ nailed the law to His cross, so it isn’t in effect anymore.” But how do they arrive at this conclusion?