Does the Bible teach that the Ten Commandments were nailed to the cross? Does it teach anything was nailed to the cross? If so, what was nailed? What is the "handwriting of requirements" (cheirografon tois dogmasin) that was against us? Did the Apostle Paul and the original apostles believe that the Ten Commandments were nailed to the cross? What is a characteristic of saints? What does the Bible teach is righteousness? What is sin? Was keeping the Ten Commandments part of the original Christian faith? What do the records of early church history reveal? What does the Church of Rome and the Eastern Orthodox teach? What about Martin Luther? What about certain Protestants and the Jehovah's Witnesses? Could Simon Magus and Marcion of Pontus been among the first to teach that the Ten Commandments were done away? If nine of the commandments are in place for Christians, what about the Sabbath commandment? Did Colossians 2:14-16 nail one or more of the Ten Commandments to the cross (Greek: stauros)? If you are saved by grace, do you need to keep the Ten Commandments? Dr. Thiel answers those questions and more.
A written article of related interest is also titled: "Were the Ten Commandments 'Nailed to the Cross'? "URL: http://www.cogwriter.com/tenc.htm