How should believers read, quote and use the law? Are they obliged to obey it as a command, as a rule? If so, are they obliged to obey all the commandments? Or what? Different schools of thought come up with different answers. At one extreme, there is the Reconstructionist: Believers have to obey the law, all of it. This includes stoning for witches, adulterers, sabbath breakers, and so on. Believers must do all they can to bring about a Christian State which will enforce the Mosaic law on all its citizens. At the other extreme, there is the Antinomian: Believers are utterly free of the law. Disobedience brings more grace and more liberty. This is what the â€˜no condemnation in Christâ€™ means.1 In this article, I have only one thing to say about these two: both are completely unscriptural.