C'mon people don't you even understand what the purpose of the law was? To seduce you to sin! Yup! To stir up the sin in you. That is the whole dang point of the law. So you are telling me that the moral law is for the 'believer' the born again Christian who now has a new nature and doesn't want to sin anymore, you are saying that the moral law is for them to follow. How ludicrous is that? Have you read your bible? (try reading Col. 2:14) Hello - what part of 'end' don't you understand?
Once the law does it's job and brings you to the point where you know you need a Saviour cause there ain't no way on earth you could ever possibly measure up to the law's demands, then the law has had it's way with you and you no longer need it! Now you have come to Jesus and accepted His complete work, part of that being that He fulfilled the law so you don't have to!! How great is that! But yet you want to revert back to those cold stone tablets of the law as if they have one single thing to offer you. Nope! The law cannot save you, nor can it make you holy or righteous.
So if you are suggesting to me that I am to follow the moral law, which by the way when you are dealing with the law you are dealing with it as a whole. You can't divide it up and pick and choose here people. God's law is God's law. So you want to hold on to that moral law, well let's see what that really means. How about the command to 'remember the sabbath'? It says on that day you shall do NO work. NONE! How many of us get up on the quote on quote Sabbath day and literally do NO work? Hmmmmmm. Is this subjective? Do we get to decide what no work is? Do we get to say well the times have changed? No, God's law is God's law. If you want to follow it - freakin' take it seriously!!! Perhaps a study of Jewish culture would do you some good.
Okay so yes I am a bit miffed - but here's the thing, Jesus paid the price for you and for me to go free. To be dead to the law and to sin, and alive to Christ. Are we suggesting the law was better? Are we suggesting by wanting the law still that Jesus wasn't enough? Hmmmmmm. Enough said.............