They claim that this passage is not about the Mosaic Law’s regulations, but about punishment.However, Paul goes on to write in Colossians 2: 16-17, “So let no one judge you in food or in drink, or regarding a festival or a new moon or sabbaths, which are a shadow of things to come, but the substance is of Christ.” Again, they must add to the word of God to force a different meaning on the text.The crux of their heresy is that they deny the atonement of Christ by denying that He fulfilled the Mosaic Law.They further deny the work of the Holy Spirit by rejecting the “Law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus” (The indwelling of the Holy Spirit) that sets us free from the law of sin and death (the Mosaic Law) (Romans 8: 1-4).They also deny Colossians , that states, “…having wiped out the handwriting of requirements that was against us, which was contrary to us.And He has taken it out of the way, having nailed it to the cross.” HRM proponents are famous for taking verses out of context and adding extrabiblical interpretations (Midrash) to God’s word.In fact, the Book of Life would have to be wiped nearly clean of the great majority of names if the HRM is correct in their doctrine.
If you keep yourselves from these, you will do well.” (Acts -29 NKJV) (This is a direct statement that the Early Church did not require Christians to keep the Mosaic Law.) While the Mosaic Law needed the rules and regulations as instruments of teaching, the Holy Spirit does not need such things.Other claims include the notion that no one can truly understand the New Testament until they are fluent in Hebrew.Of course, lacking that skill they can always sit under the ministry of a Hebraic Roots teacher who will tell him or her everything they need to know.Therefore, every prayer that was prayed by godly men such as , and everyone before and since those mighty men of prayer prayed in vain.
Further, it means that the multiple thousands of souls that they won to Christ were won in vain.
This is a page of the assemblies I have found, along with parent organizations (see below).