Ephesians 2:15 Explained – ‘…abolishing the law of commandments…’

Some may currently and mistakenly feel that ‘Ephesians 2:15 says that some parts of the law of Moses have been cancelled…’.

Politely, Ephesians 2:15 does not speak of this at all, and this explanation of the verse will show how it refers to how both Jews and Gentiles who believe in Christ (Messiah), are now one, and thus they are no longer forbidden to assosiate with each other, but allowed.

The account of Cephas will be referenced (Galatians 2:18), as will the account of Simon Peter and the unclean animals (Acts 10:28), for contextual support.