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The Moment of Truth - Test 30

The Two Laws

In order to check your understanding and your progress in the study of the Word of God, we invite you to fill out this short test and return it to us. The correct answers will be sent back to you as soon as possible.

A mark of 70% or better will allow you to submit the test of Lesson 31. Upon the completion of the entire Bible course The Moment of Truth, you will receive a Certificate of Achievement.


The Moment of Truth: Test for Lesson 30

  1. The Bible tells us about two laws, distinct one from the other. The first law is mentioned in the book of Isaiah: «They have cast away the law of the And the second law is named in the Acts of the Apostles: «But there rose up certain of the sect of the Pharisees which believed, saying that it was needful to circumcise [the Gentiles], and to command them to keep the law of

  2. The books of Exodus and Deuteronomy indicate who wrote each one of the two laws. Among the following statements, check off all the right answers:
    The ceremonial law was written by God.
    The ceremonial law was written by Moses.
    The moral law was written by God.
    The moral law was written by Moses.

  3. The books of Exodus and Deuteronomy also specify the place allotted to each one of the two laws. Among the following statements, check off all the right answers:
    The ceremonial law was placed beside the ark of the covenant.
    The ceremonial law was placed into the ark of the covenant.
    The moral law was placed beside the ark of the covenant.
    The moral law was placed into the ark of the covenant.

  4. Jesus' sacrifice on the cross has definitely abolished one of the two laws, and the Epistle of Paul to the Ephesians specifies which one: «[Christ] is our peace, who has made both one, and has broken down the middle wall of partition between us; having abolished in His the enmity, even the law of commandments contained in Christ, by His death, has indeed become the Lamb of God sacrificed for the sin of the world, thus putting an end to the whole sacrificial system of the earthly sanctuary.

  5. On the other hand, the Gospel according to Matthew reports Jesus' words concerning the moral law, the Ten Commandments. Jesus said that He came to...
    ... destroy the law.
    ... amend the law.
    ... add the tradition of men to the law.
    ... fulfill the law.

  6. Many elements distinguish the ceremonial law from the moral law. We can discover one of these differences by comparing the Epistle to the Hebrews and the Epistle of Paul to the Romans. Indeed, the first book says about the ceremonial law, «After the similitude of Melchisedec there rises another Priest, who is made, not after the law of a commandment (...).» Now, the second book says about the moral law, «For we know that the law is

  7. Some passages of the Scriptures (among which we find the Epistle of Paul to the Galatians and the First Epistle of John) are a real puzzle for those who don't understand the distinction between the ceremonial law and the moral law. Yet, the Bible's teaching is clear, plain, and logical. Among the following statements, check off all the right answers:
    Sin is the transgression of the moral law.
    Sin is the transgression of the ceremonial law.
    Because of this transgression, the moral law was added.
    Because of this transgression, the ceremonial law was added.

  8. The Epistle of Paul to the Colossians and the Epistle of James show us another difference between the ceremonial law and the moral law. Indeed, the first book says about the ceremonial law, «[Christ] blotted out the handwriting of ordinances that was us, which was to us.» On the other hand, the second book says about the moral law, «So speak you, and so do, as they that shall be judged by the law of

  9. By drawing a parallel between the Acts of the Apostles and the First Epistle of John, we discover another obvious difference between the moral law and the ceremonial law. Among the following statements, check off all the right answers:
    The moral law is described as a heavy yoke.
    The ceremonial law is described as a heavy yoke.
    On the contrary, the moral law is not grievous.
    On the contrary, the ceremonial law is not grievous.

  10. The best summary of our lesson about the two laws can be found in the First Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians: «Circumcision is , and uncircumcision is , but the keeping of the of God.» So we, as Christians, no longer have to keep the ceremonial law, which was abolished by the death of Jesus on the cross. However, we must keep God's commandments, which describe the duty of every man toward God and toward his neighbor.

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