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I will sit by the fireside and agree with just about all of this reply. It’s only the last part that rubs me wrong. “Don’t have to worry about their behavior - works”. A Christian’s behavior is extremely important. We are suppose to be a light to this world, that means doing good stuff, works if you like, since the Law does tell us so much about how to live in this world. A Christian that lives in the world and bears no fruit (works if you like) is not a Christian, this is clear in the Scriptures. A true Christian understands the importance of the OT and will keep reading it. It, OT tells us and explains so much about God. The OT and. The NT are linked to a Christian. Do you know when the change really happens in the OT? When Israel wants to have a King to lead them. God gave them Saul and Israel was in for one wild ride after that. It only gets worst until the end of the deportation and then it’s only been silence for the Nation of Israel. But the good news, they do return to a Glorious status.However, few bother. Most Christians dismiss the Old Testament as unimportant and irrelevant, since they are no longer under the Law and don't have to worry about their behavior...I mean, works.